Digitalization in the industry is necessary to meet the industrial demands of tomorrow by using the latest technologies and software today. Top industrial simulation software allows you to efficiently collaborate with your manufacturing facilities using a transparent, virtual factory tagged with real-time manufacturing information. ABI Research conducted a study of Industrial Simulation Software providers, ranking Siemens portfolio as the overall leader in offering software to create and simulate the most comprehensive digital twin that closely matches the behavior of real-world production systems.
Read the 12-page ABI Research Competitive Ranking report to learn more.
Advantages of Siemens Xcelerator software portfolio
Siemens Xcelerator software portfolio can provide both deep analytical expertise in terms of solvers and breadth of coverage with an ability to model many different types of machines on the factory floor. Data ingestion is another advantage with a software portfolio that enables customers to link their factory equipment to the simulation model and other sensors, devices, and software applications in operation. In addition, offering solutions based on their role means that both experienced and novice users can take advantage of the Siemens Xcelerator software portfolio to model the performance of products, machines, production lines, and the facility overall. And customer engagement keeps evolving with more online-based support and interactive sessions via software communities and dedicated live webinars for our customers.
ABI Research verdict and ranking criteria
ABI Research is a global technology intelligence firm delivering actionable research and strategic guidance to technology leaders, innovators, and decision-makers around the world. Their research focuses on the transformative technologies that are dramatically reshaping industries, economies, and workforces today. The criteria and methodology used to determine competitive ranking consist of gathering both innovation criteria (modeling capability, data ingestion, decision support, solution accessibility, results display, supporting continuous improvements, democratizing simulation software) and implementation criteria (customer base, geographic reach, GTM strategy, embedding the solution, and smart manufacturing systems integration). After individual scores for innovation and implementation are determined, the overall company score is established using the Root Mean Square (RMS) method found on page 11 in the report.
Download the report to see how ABI Research ranked Siemens as top innovator, top implementer, and overall leader.