The software ema is an industrial planning method, research tool and university teaching tool and is used in various industries with different application focuses. In automotive engineering, plant engineering & mechanical engineering, metal & electrical industry as well as in aerospace, ema is primarily used for production and assembly planning as well as ergonomic workplace design. Universities use ema as a technology for virtual ergonomics and 3D production planning in the fields of mechanical engineering and ergonomics. ema is also an important component in research projects on human-robot collaboration, future work and 3D digital human models.
ema: Body shop at Volkswagen Sachsen
ema: planning and simulation of work processes for final vehicle assembly
ema: simulation of a high-voltage cable assembly on undercarriage
ema: simulation of Human-robot collaboration for door assembly processes
ema: simulation of Human-robot collaboration at Geberit
ema: production planning at home appliance manufacturing
ema: simulation of loading processes in the body shop
ema: simulation of the assembly of air jets
ema: HRC concept simulation
Research Projects (Selection)
AnDy - Advancing Anticipatory Behaviors in Dyadic Human-Robot Collaboration
Development of technologies for the better interaction between man and machine with anticipation of the movement behaviour of both actors.
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.
Mapping of motion capture with a digital human model
Research into the effects of mechanical stress on the strain on the individual muscle parts.
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 simulation of age-related performance-restrictions in the virtual design of processes and products.