You are working on the digital twin, aren't you?
CHRISTIAN LÖB: Yes. That is a three-dimensional digital image of the plant. The little yellow and purple arrows that you see in the digital drawing, I create those. These are parts of the program. Each element needs its own program. Each arrow is a point in space that the robot has to travel through. There are always four robots working on one frame. It has to be defined which robot does what. In the twin, it is simulated how the system reacts. Collisions must be avoided.
Thanks to the virtual environment, this is quite easy to represent. The big advantage: while I'm writing the new programs, I don't block production and the plant can continue to run normally. In the past, I did this directly on the line.