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Simulation for faster commissioning and training

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Siemens AG

Siemens AG

This company has upgraded its Simit simulation platform for virtual commissioning and operator training (photo) with a new release. Version 9.1 enables Simit to also be used for virtual commissioning and operator training in modular plants, speeding up actual commissioning by as much as 60% and reducing unwanted standstill periods to a minimum, particularly during plant conversion and migration processes, says the company. Simit can also be used to implement a realistic operator training system. Version 9.1 comes with an array of innovations designed to improve operating convenience, support simulation modeling and contribute to improved efficiency, openness and flexibility. — Siemens AG, Munich, Germany

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