Discover New Features in Tecnomatix 2301
This new release features digitalization for advanced manufacturing.
March 10, 2023
The Tecnomatix portfolio from Siemens delivers advanced digital manufacturing software. Tecnomatix 2301 launched recently with several new advancements in the areas of Teamcenter connectivity, user interface updates, robotics simulation, offline programming, virtual commissioning, human simulation and virtual reality.
Tecnomatix software helps companies minimize manufacturing risks and improve their production operations, Siemens says. The latest version number for Tecnomatix signifies the year and month of the release. For instance, Tecnomatix 2301 refers to the January 2023 release.
The following new capabilities are available in Tecnomatix 2301.
Process Simulate Augmented Reality Digital Twin Alignment
The new Process Simulate Augmented Reality Digital Twin Alignment (DTA) application is an easy-to-use, engineering system to enhance quality, during commissioning and production ramp-up phases. Capture information from real-life production and compare it to digital twins with augmented reality technology and inexpensive equipment, such as a low-cost camera. DTA supports three main uses cases: weld point and bolt inspection, asset alignment and cell alignment. By comparing as-designed to as-built production, DTA can help detect differences earlier in the process, reducing the risk of major rework and added costs.
The Process Simulate Point Cloud app now supports up to 126 layers. With this update, create more detailed point cloud segmentations using graphical selection or .NET API applications, which enables more accurate issue identification and improved hierarchy control. Additionally, work more efficiently with point cloud scan data by segmenting it directly in Process Simulate or using third-party tools. These layers can also be recreated in version 2209.
Camera Detection Area
The new display camera envelope command helps adjust camera positions for vision-based applications using the parametric virtual camera, camera 2D viewer and the new 3D detection area. The graphical detection range is attached to the camera and moves with it whether it is being statically adjusted or used in a simulation. By using this graphical detection range, users can understand the camera’s range to achieve the best positions, which makes the process of positioning the camera more efficient and enhances the accuracy of detecting objects in the environment.
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