Discover success stories from pioneers in digitalization
At ipolog, we place the added value of our customers as our top priority, thus helping them to be well prepared for the future. Every company has unique challenges to overcome. In the following case studies you will get a glimpse of not only these challenges, but also of the innovative solutions we are able to provide. Read our success stories to learn more about the results achieved by companies in diverse industries using our ipolog software.
Optimal assembly line utilization and personnel planning | Max Holder GmbH
The ideal utilization of the assembly line is an important factor for success. However, the more complex the production, the more difficult this task becomes. Excel tables quickly reach their limits. Employees are often not optimally utilized. Does this situation sound all too familiar? Then find out how Max Holder GmbH was able to solve both problems at once.
Creating a digital twin of the factory using 3D scanning | ELABO and NavVis
The advantages of having a digital model of the factory are easy to see, but not always so easy to implement. There is often a lack of data, knowledge or time for 3D modelling work. ELABO was confronted with a similar dilemma and found an optimal solution for the construction of their new factory using NavVis and ipolog.
BMW & ipolog utilizing NVIDIA Omniverse: Towards the Manufacturing Metaverse
BMW is realizing their vision for a holistic digital twin across their global production facilities with help from the assembly and intralogistics software ipolog and the visualization platform Omniverse from NVIDIA.
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Our Optimization Areas
Increasing complexity and product variety make manual planning of assembly and logistics nearly impossible. With our ipolog planning software, all relevant production areas are planned, visualized and adapted for the production program in one tool.
About the Software
The ipolog software creates an integrated model of your assembly, production and intralogistics. Effects become visible and potential can be developed so that collaborative planning is possible across departmental boundaries.