- Rockwell Automation Inc's ROK enhanced Studio 5000 Simulation Interface now connects with Ansys, Inc. ANSS digital twins.
- The latest release of the tool expands that connectivity to Ansys Twin Builder, a software used to create simulation-based digital twins or digital replicas of physical assets.
- This partnership gives automation and process engineers new ways to use simulation to improve the design, deployment, and performance of industrial operations.
- The software uses multi-physics to identify how real-world elements like flow rates, mechanical stresses, and thermal profiles can impact equipment performance and health.
- Price Action: ROK shares are trading lower by 0.22% at $315.08 and ANSS higher by 0.98% at $369.98 on the last check Tuesday.
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