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Deliver battery manufacturing machines faster with integrated concept through commission

To remain competitive and achieve success in an evolving market, builders of battery manufacturing machines must embrace innovative engineering tools that empower them to incorporate modules and standardization. By leveraging the integration of data, technology, and human expertise, they can develop advanced battery machines for the future.

Access the ebook to discover how you can:

  • Foster enhanced collaboration, transparency, and traceability.
  • Seamlessly integrate customer requirements, global product standards, as well as regulatory and compliance laws.
  • Engineer rapid and scalable plug-and-produce machines.
  • Maximize design reuse across multiple projects.
  • Implement a digital replica to virtually test, validate, and commission battery machines.
  • Enforce consistency and precision throughout the product development process.

Battery gigafactories require energy-efficient plants to fit battery production needs

The rapid growth in demand for e-mobility has led to machine shortages in specialized and energy-efficient battery gigafactories. To satisfy the demand, machine builders must embrace digitalization to work smarter and deliver machines to the market more quickly.

Digitalization enables synchronized work across departments and facilitates the adoption of an ESG framework and a solution-centric approach. By leveraging data aggregation and analytics, machine builders can commission their battery production machines faster and with improved efficiency and accuracy.

Battery machine engineering tools are changing the way batteries are made

Synchronizing mechanical, electrical, and automation development in a cloud-based space allows optimized battery machines to be delivered to customers. Advanced machine engineering tools also enable machine builders from parallel industries to easily transition into battery manufacturing.

Using these tools accelerates machine delivery by bringing together various domains, such as mechanical, electrical, automation, electronic, and software, which fosters collaboration and efficiency throughout the entire product development process. Changes made in one system automatically update in the other integrated systems, making it quicker and easier to deliver complex and specialized battery machinery.

Optimize machinery using battery simulation software

To optimize machine designs, battery machine makers can leverage battery simulation software by integrating them with systems like CAD, CAM, CAE, and IIoT data. With these integrations in place, you’ll be able to create a digital twin that simulates performance under real-world conditions.

By simulating components, energy usage, and production rates, machine builders can make informed decisions to reduce errors in current machinery and optimize future designs. Simulation tools also support virtual commissioning and validation, combining software-in-the-loop and hardware-in-the-loop testing. Automation engineering further enhances this process by validating PLC code and ensuring operational and performance standards are met.

Read the ebook to find out more.