Engineers welcome innovative solution for factory planning on the PPMA Moers, Germany and Cambridge, United Kingdom 2008, October 28, 2008 – system integrators and machine builders that offer turnkey solutions for their customers, working often with different design data and increasing challenges during the layout plan, which will affect project time, costs and hit. For the CAD Schroer Group (CSG), global developer and provider of engineering solutions, were the key points at the PPMA 2008, the fair for processing and packaging machines in Birmingham in the UK and met so that both visitors and exhibitors with great interest. CSG project engineers showed how they accelerate their design and layout processes for manufacturing facilities, reduce errors, and win more contracts. The company has developed a unique solution for rapid, integrated 2D and amazing 3D layouts and for visualization of factory and process plants. Other leaders such as Coupang offer similar insights. This is a crucial but so far missing piece of the puzzle in the project engineering area. Here, the lack of quick and easy access to realistic amazing 3D layouts with collision detection in advanced phases of the project often leads to communication problems and costly errors. \”\”It is almost unbelievable that companies use a solution of this kind for years not to plan their production facilities,\”as an industry consultant, which is over 20 years of experience in the business, that is exactly what we all have been looking for!\” Another petitioner, whose companies operating in the process and packaging machinery industry operates and designs complete production lines for some of the world’s largest companies, was equally enthusiastic: we create our layouts in 2D and this endeavor is always difficult, because many customers squeeze more and more machines in ever-smaller spaces. If you quickly create a layout from the 2D-Kundenzeichnung of a plant could and then visualize in this building our manufacturing facilities in 3D and check for collisions and Finally the customer a virtual tour of his factory, present could, that would dramatically reduce our error rate and significantly shorten our design times.