Discrete Event Simulation
What is Discrete Event Simulation?
Simply put, Discrete Event Simulation uses active digital twins to represent dynamics in a production system to accurately portray how a system will perform. PMC experts don’t just build models, we build active, performing systems.
Using metadata embedded in Digital Twins, our simulation models tell us exactly how machines will perform, when parts will fail, how to navigate downtime, and any other interaction that may take place.
Imagine having a digital model of a basketball. If you were to “drop” that model, how would it react? Using a PMC digital twin for simulation, we can tell you how it would react using different material types, air pressures, and diameter. Some models will just look like a basketball, ours will perform like one.
Reimagine that information as a plant manager and know exactly how much conveyer “A” can supply to machine “1” in a set amount of time. Why does machine “2” work faster than machine “1” and how does that effect production rates?
Using Discrete Event Simulation to understand these variables will provide valuable insight to increase productivity & efficiency!
DES (Discrete Event Simulation) Programs
PMC has decades of the experience needed to be considered experts in various simulation software’s. Additionally, we are always learning the latest technologies and looking forward to future trends in the world of Simulation and Industrial Engineering as a whole.