FlexSim comes with all the proven benefits of discrete-event simulation—but with the added bonus of highly realistic, immersive 3D graphics. FlexSim’s 3D models help you emulate the look and feel of the real system, so it’s easier to see and understand what’s going on.
The need for efficiency in the manufacturing industry has never been greater, with material, transportation and labor costs continuing to rise each year. At its core, manufacturing simulation is an inexpensive, risk-free way to test anything from simple revisions to complete redesigns, always with the purpose of meeting production goals at the lowest possible cost. Simulation also provides a way to test and implement principles of Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma. And unlike spreadsheet-based analysis and forecasting, manufacturing simulation offers a quick and efficient method to adjust parameters and get faster results.
Why use FlexSim for material handling simulation? Because we’re focused on your needs. Our latest updates deliver a high level of detail and realism in material handling simulation models. We’ve leveraged the latest technology for faster and more impressive 3D simulations, and we’re committed to regular development and updates based on customer feedback.
Warehouse simulation uses a computer model to better understand and improve a real warehousing system. Simulation is a proven technology that enables an organization to analyze and experiment with its warehousing process in a virtual setting, reducing the time and costs involved with physical testing. Storage, docks, conveyors, AGVs and even personnel can be quickly introduced and adjusted in the simulation model, letting companies determine how best to fully utilize their resources and maximize efficiency.
Factory simulation is the process of using a computer model to understand and improve a real production system. Simulation technology allows organizations in the industry to analyze and experiment with their processes in a virtual setting, reducing the time and costs of physical testing. Materials, equipment, and personnel can all be considered within a simulation model, resulting in information that can maintain or improve production at the lowest possible cost.