Emulate3D, Inc.HTC Vive virtual reality headset, automated materials handling system
Interact with simulated materials handling system models with headset
With the HTC Vive virtual reality headset, automated materials handling system models made for control testing, simulation and demonstration can be experienced and shared.
The headset allows a wearer to explore and interact with a running system model from within—pushing buttons, picking up loads and observing behaviors.
Multiple users in different offices or countries can be immersed in the same simulation to collaborate when developing and testing ideas with other colleagues or clients.
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Emulate3D develops industrial software products for offline virtual commissioning, order throughput analysis and system dimensioning, and AMHS demonstrations. Widely used within the material handling industry for the development of distribution centers, postal systems, general manufacturing, and airport baggage handling, Emulate3D products are a cost-effective means to improve understanding among stakeholders. You can build models from catalogs of industry-specific generic equipment and overlay the layout with operational logic to launch orders and control product flow. Company-specific catalogs of equipment can be built by importing CAD via a wide range of industry-standard formats and then adding scripted behaviors. The high level of re-use possible using this approach enables you to build models rapidly, and then develop and test the overall control logic. Emulate3D Controls Testing models are connected to real control systems, either Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) or higher level business systems, as a reliable replacement for the real system which allows the logical control functions to be fully tested before going on site. Testing can be done earlier than is possible with the real system; it is safer, and completely repeatable. By taking controls testing off the project’s critical path, not only is time and money saved, but the risk of the project overrunning due to controls testing is practically eliminated. Sim3D is used to model and test order-driven systems; you can run different parameter sets and modify the layout in order to understand the system response under different operating conditions. Simulation provides statistical justification for hardware and operational choices, and reduces the risk associated with adopting new systems. Emulate3D technology produces a variety of outputs to help stakeholders understand the operation of complex systems, from videos and animated pdf files to the latest Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality systems like Microsoft Hololens, HTC Vive, Google Cardboard, and the Oculus Rift.
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