At Uniti, digitalization is in our DNA. Not only does it help us to develop an electric car that offers drivers a seamless digital experience, but it also helps us in the design and manufacturing process. Our partnership with Siemens and using the Siemens PLM Software Suite enables us to use novel and innovative methods and processes during the engineering, manufacturing and production phases.
Essentially, Siemens global capabilities and progressive take on Industry 4.0 are fundamental to our “digital first” strategy. Siemens editor Jenn Schlegel writes about our vision and the development ecosystem that is on the right track towards a more sustainable future:
“You probably noticed that Uniti One is a different kind of car. In a way, it is more of a driving experience than an automobile. Sure, it is a completely wired EV with four wheels, but it is designed for the new era of high-tech car ownership that includes things like car-sharing, subscription programs and possibly delivery-on-the-spot autonomous programs. So with Uniti One shaping up nicely and an Industry 4.0 digital factory vision in place, Lewis Horne and the Uniti team seem to have their new automotive ecosystem literally on the right track towards a workable and sustainable future.”
Find the full article here on the Siemens PLM Community Blog.
Read the full Siemens case study to learn more about Uniti’s partnership with Siemens PLM, including a deep dive on the business challenges, keys to success, and the innovative technology being brought to the development of Uniti’s electric vehicles.
Download the full Siemens case study here.
Watch the video below for more information and seeing Uniti’s so-called Digital Twin in action!