Industrial and power electronics

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Realising data-driven agility and insight for industrial and power electronics.

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The industrial and power electronics sector is focused on improving performance and reliability at higher temperatures and higher voltages while reducing the size of products. These challenges and more are overcome by digital transformation solutions from Hexagon, which put data to work in smarter ways to increase efficiency and sustainability for industrial and power electronics.

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Overview
Manufacturing
Industrial and power electronics manufacturers are under pressure to innovate rapidly to assist in new sectors such as electric vehicles. Hexagon’s solutions for industrial and power electronics build digital bridges to optimise processes from design to production to quality management, accelerating innovation through better-informed decisions.

Design and engineering phase

With Hexagon’s innovations in manufacturing technology, users can digitally simulate and optimise product design and engineering to ensure component manufacturability, production productivity and output quality.

Production phase

Maintain a digital thread through production, optimise machine tools, measure environmental variances and prevent downtime with predictive data analyses.

Inspection phase

Automate and digitalise quality measurement with our world-leading metrology hardware and software, creating a bridge between the real and digital worlds.

Digital transformation

Deploy Hexagon’s sensor software systems to transform siloed and disconnected processes into an integrated, data-driven manufacturing ecosystem that captures and creates value across the product lifecycle, enabling new business models and automating workflows to become increasingly autonomous, efficient and sustainable.

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