Virtual Commissioning made easy with Model-Based Design


Virtual commissioning enables early test and verification of machine software by using a model of the machine. With simulation, the interaction between mechanics, machine software, and the product being manufactured can be tested, optimized and verified in different scenarios before the physical machine is available. This approach lowers costs, ensures high product quality, and speeds up commissioning times.

Please join this upcoming seminar from MathWorks and Vintecc for a deeper look into how simulation model of an automation plant or an industrial machinery can be used to test and validate modifications and upgrades before implementation on the actual equipment.

Using real-world examples, the seminar will discuss the complete workflow from creating the simulation models, testing configurations and code generation to PLC or other embedded targets (e.g. Beckhoff). Vintecc will share details of how virtual commissioning is practically implemented on business-critical engineering projects. 


  • Advantages of using virtual commissioning
  • How to reuse CAD models to accelerate model development
  • Combining different physical domains in single simulation framework
  • Code generation of algorithms to PLC
  • Practical applications with virtual commissioning

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers, Engineering Managers and Project Managers interested in using design models for prototyping and testing


  • Why Virtual Commissioning?
  • Virtual Commissioning with Simulink
    • Reusing your CAD models
    • Configuring mechanical systems
    • Incorporating actuation and mechatronics
    • Simulations and code integration for PLCs
  • Virtual commissioning in practice (presented by Vintecc):
    • Adding new features to CNHi Forage Harvester Intellifill (CNHi case)
    • Moving towards a fully autonomous slab carrier (Arcelor Mittal case)
    • Supporting an innovative product launch with Stow International

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