HORŇÁKOVÁ Natália Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Spoluautoři HUDÁK Ján, VIDOVÁ Helena

Simulation, as a tool for acquiring the optimal solution, is also representing a support tool that allows managers to test the effects of their decisions on the simulation model and not directly on a real system. This model also enables to implement various experiments, analyse them, evaluate them and consequently performs the optimisation. "Launching" simulation, after the implementation of the required changes, it is possible to detect the potential risks in advance and immediately apply the results to real system without investing any money and verifying or implementation it directly in practice. The paper presents the idea of improving manufacturing systems in industrial enterprises by using dynamic simulation. The main goal of this paper is to present the practical example of spindle production process optimisation through software Tecnomatix Plant Simulation.