Human Simulation, 3D Production Planning and Virtual Ergonomics with ema Work Designer Software
The scientifically based software ema enables the holistic planning, evaluation and 3D simulation of human work in the context of the Digital Factory in order to simulate punctual safeguards or complex continuous production scenarios with human participation.
With the digital human model and the behavior and process editor, workstations and production processes can be designed in detail, manual activities and hrc system sequences can be visualized. In addition to that complete manufacturing and assembly processes can be simulated in 3D. In combination with integrated functions for analysis and evaluation of time as well as ergonomics in relation to standard performance, valid and plausible planning results are created for secured processes.
Workplace design and process planning with maximum efficiency and valid results for production planning, industrial engineering and ergonomics
Digital Production and Assembly Planning
Process Planning for Human-robot Collaboration Systems
3D Visualisation & Human Simulation
Time Analysis & Ergonomics Evaluation based on Industrial Standard Reference
Motion Capture Integration
User-friendliness & efficient Model Design
easy and quick Planning of different Process Varieties
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Development of different process variants for the assembly and planning of human-robot collaboration in ema to improve productivity, ergonomics and utilization.
Research project within the framework of the funding programme Innovations for tomorrow's production, services and work. Focus is the development of a method for the integrated planning and realization of collaborative workplace systems in assembly with variable product scenarios.
Research project for the investigation of the human motion variance to secure HRC processes in the planning simulation incl. implementation of the motion variants in the planning tool ema.
Research project for the simulation of age-related performance-restrictions in the virtual design of processes and products.