Rockwell Automation partners with ANSYS to provide simulation-based digital solutions
New Delhi: Rockwell Automation has joined hands with ANSYS to provide simulation-based digital solutions to the customers, the latter has informed in a release.
As ANSYS claims, this strategic partnership between the two companies will help customers realize better business outcomes through simulation-based digital twins of products, processes or manufacturing.
With this, the customers can design and test through simulation to accelerate development and analysis, improving product quality and reducing testing time across their organisation, which will save a significant amount of time and money.
Commenting on the partnership, Blake Moret, chairman and CEO at Rockwell Automation, said, “The ANSYS technology, developed with customers in mind, is a giant leap forward in the industrial sector. Our collaboration will help us better serve customers, who can make better business decisions to save money and time because of their access to simulation-based digital twins in their manufacturing process.”
As the release further claims, Rockwell Automation will accelerate its own internal new product and process development using ANSYS’ engineering simulation software.
The company expects improved product quality and reduced testing time across the organization, thanks to this partnership.
Commenting on the partnership, Ajei Gopal, president and CEO at ANSYS, said, “ANSYS empowers customers across industries to develop innovative, next-generation products by using simulation throughout the product lifecycle. This partnership with Rockwell Automation is part of our open ecosystem philosophy, which gives our customers the ability to make the best business and technology decisions for their organizations.”
He further added, “By combining Rockwell Automation’s extensive expertise and portfolio of industrial solutions with ANSYS’ leading-edge simulation solutions, we will make it easier for industrial companies to build, validate and deploy digital twins. Simulation-based digital twins optimize factory operations, saving money by reducing unplanned downtime and enable engineers to test solutions virtually before doing physical repairs.”