The Emulate3D 2019 User Group Meeting
The Emulate3D 2019 User Group Meeting (May 14-16), Ann Arbor, Michigan is your opportunity to learn more about the Emulate3D product range, how it is used by a wide range of companies across the world, and what's being developed now to make your job easier.
It features presentations for both new and experienced users given by industry-leading companies such as Dematic, Grenzebach, Daifuku, Raymond, Haskell, and The Dennis Group. It will provide valuable insight into what's coming in demonstration, simulation, and controls testing from some of the key Emulate3D architects and developers. If you want to discuss the real meaning of a Dynamic Digital Twin in the context of manufacturing and fulfillment centers, or you need to know more about how the Industrial Internet of Things might benefit your facility, then this is your opportunity.
This is another big year for Virtual Reality as it applies to safe, flexible, and cost-effective operator training, and Emulate3D is an industry leader in the field. Come along to try it out for yourself and discuss how this emerging technology could benefit your company.
We'll be carrying out our pre-UGM training again this year, aimed at all users from keen beginners to experienced professionals. Designed to provide insight into the possibilities of the latest release of the products, the day also includes worked examples of how to implement the various features at all levels. See below for further details.
New this year will be an evening reception following the training and hosted by Rockwell Automation.
If you have registered, we look forward to seeing you there!
Registration for this year's event is now closed.
Pre-UGM Training Workshop
As in previous years, we will be offering a day of training for those who wish to benefit from the event by honing their technical skills in several high-value and interactive sessions run by our experienced trainers.
The workshop sessions will focus on developing skills to get the most out of the new features in the 2018 release as well as providing a glimpse of features in the upcoming 2019 release.
Training Workshop includes:
- * Importing and Marking Up CAD within Emulate3D Using Aspects
- * Defining and Controlling Complex Physical Mechanisms
- * Applying Different Forms of Control Logic, Including Custom Aspects
- * Creating the Right Type of Control for the Job
- * Making the Most of Catalogs such as Transfers, Vehicles, Storage, and Processing
If you'd like training at any level, from refresher to advanced, in the use of any Emulate3D products, contact us now.
Hear what last year's attendees had to say about the 2018 UGM:
We'd like to thank the following great companies for their ongoing support at various trade shows:
Rockwell Automation Acquires Emulate3D
Emulate3D technology to assist with the Connected Enterprise
January 28, 2019 MILWAUKEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK) has acquired Emulate3D, an innovative engineering software developer whose products digitally simulate and emulate industrial automation systems. By using accurate simulation models to improve systems planning and decision-making, followed by emulation trials that test the control system before installation, Emulate3D’s software enables customers to virtually test machine and system designs before incurring manufacturing and automation costs and committing to a final design.
Read the full press release here.