Tecnomatix Jack - a set of Gaddafi, designed to simulate digital dummies and conformity assessment requirements ergonomics of product design, manufacturing processes and maintenance operation. Technology digital manikin - the basis of the application Tecnomatix Human Performance.
Appendix Tecnomatix Human Performance helps improve the ergonomics of product design, manufacturing processes and maintenance operation. In its basis - biomechanically accurate digital mannequins that can be placed in a virtual environment and analyze their behavior. Using digital technology to recreate the dummy situation and check visibility, accessibility zones items convenience of their location, to estimate the probability of injury, to identify the factors that cause fatigue, as well as get a second important information ergonomike the production process and the product.
Use the special tool to simulate human movements and analysis of their ergonomics digital mannequin determines when it is exposed to the risk of injury on the basis of the analysis of posture, muscular effort, lifted the weight, duration and frequency to work. In addition, digital mannequin calculates the optimal duration of Execution of the user on the basis of the system of valuation work MTM-1.
Digital mannequin allows to take into account maintenance requirements in the design of the product and calculate the most efficient repair processes. A set of virtual reality tool captures movement technicians to service a product, and can serve as a medium for their learning.
The new digital mannequin man Jack (Jack) having deformable skin («soft skin»), provides a more realistic visualization, analysis of ergonomics and safety. In addition, the generator script work man TSB (Task Simulation Builder) allows us to construct a scenario, choosing a method of performing tasks - including the area where there should be Jack or Jill to take part, a way to capture it, finding the shortest path for the transfer, and so on. D. Functional Simulation allows one to determine the time of the script, and then evaluate alternatives, simply changing the placement of elements - Simulators will adjust the script under the changed circumstances.
Year / Release Date: 2015
Developer: Siemens PLM Inc.
Developer website: http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/en_us/products/tecnomatix/manufacturing-simulation/human-ergon
Bit depth: 64bit
Medicine: Present (Team-SolidSQUAD)
System requirements: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
Free disk 600 Mb
OpenGL Support 3.0 or higher
Maximum Screen Resolution 1920x1200