Kawasaki Robotics introduces new 3D simulation platform based on CENIT FASTSUITE technology


K-Virtual: Software tool for digital plant engineering

Stuttgart, July 16, 2020 – On September 1, robot maker Kawasaki Robotics (Neuss) will begin marketing 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.

Robot simulation and offline programming made easy with K- Virtual


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 more in the press release on our CENIT Newsroom.

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