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CeMAT 2018, 23 - 27 April
Logo Emulate3D

Emulate3D

Industrial software for controls testing, simulation, and presentation

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Exhibition stand
Hall 27, Stand C59
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Company Data

Emulate3D Ltd.

Reading Enterprise Centre
Earley Gate
Reading RG6 6BU
United Kingdom
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Fax: +44 118 9357330

Contact(s)

Mr. BSc (Hons) Dipl. d'Ing MSc CEn Ian McGregor
Sales and Marketing Director
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Fax: +44 118 935 7330

Facts

Type of company
Software and consulting

Year founded
2004

No. of employees
11-50 (Status: 2016)

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Company profile

Four Product Ranges, One Approach
Emulate3D products are engineering tools for the design, layout, improvement, and implementation of material handling systems. Emulate3D technology saves time and money in the production of high quality presentations, in performing accurate operational analyses, and in the creation of robust control systems.

Products for Specific Requirements
Automation projects pass through several recognizable phases from initial conception, through development, to implementation. At the business level these translate to a pre-sales phase, a development and build phase, and then a commissioning and handover phase.

Each places different demands on dynamic modelling software, so there are Emulate3D products suited to each. Models built for presentations can be further developed for throughput analysis and system dimensioning, and these can in turn be used as the foundation for controls testing prior to system commissioning.

Company website
Video Emulate3D Controls Testing Allows Faster-Than-Real-Time Testing
2:39 min Exhibitor Video

Products

Demo3D - Create realistic material handling system models rapidly

Demo3D - create impressive automated system models and awesome videos, impressively fast.read more

Emulate3D Controls Testing

The Need for The Virtual Commissioning of Automated Systems Common to all automated material handling system (AMHS) projects is the challenge of commissioning, when hardware first meets the control software, products are introduced into the system, and operators are trained in its correct operation. ...read more

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