Kawasaki Robotics introduces new 3D simulation platform based on CENIT FASTSUITE technology
Stuttgart, July 16, 2020 – On September 1, robot maker Kawasaki Robotics (Neuss) will launch K-Virtual: A new, innovative platform for efficient plant engineering, robot simulation and offline programming. In developing the intuitive 3D simulation solution, Kawasaki relied on collaboration with CENIT and its FASTSUITE Edition 2 technology.
The 3D simulation platform K-Virtual is the latest output of the long-standing partnership between Kawasaki Robotics and CENIT. Industry robots by Kawasaki are deployed in complex manufacturing processes. To ensure maximum robot performance, the company uses the simulation-based technology of CENIT FASTSUITE Edition 2 to plan its automation solutions and manufacturing processes. The Neuss-based robot maker values the FASTSUITE software for its precise mapping and simulation of real-world production systems and plant facilities as well as its logical behavior and control features for manufacturing cells.
CENIT and Kawasaki Robotics plan to leverage the strategic development collaboration to offer client businesses maximum performance of Kawasaki robots within the respective automation solution – from initial installation to reprogramming and plant re-engineering.
Read the full article about Kawasaki collaboration with CENIT and its FASTSUITE Edition 2 technology in the CENIT Newsroom.