DigiBrain learns from man and machine


The brain of WebCAD digitizes all information and knowledge of a product. For this purpose, human knowledge from the manager to the specialist in the company is recorded and integrated into the processes. Digital data from the product information system to production processes are continuously tapped from the corresponding



databases in DigiBrain and entered into the know-how in the form of artificial intelligence. The brain of Web CAD makes this knowledge available to the customer in the form of graphic algorithms, without the customer being aware of this in-house know-how.


Sources of Knowledge


Product knowledge

Specific product knowledge is queried by the responsible employees and flows into the algorithms.



Production knowledge

Any knowledge about production specifics is usually acquired through interviews with the production management and skilled workers.



Planning knowledge

The thought processes of in-house designers and planners are digitally reproduced.



Knowledge of variations

Product variants and variations are brought into a logical digital form by experienced sales personnel.



Production data

Production data - for example, from the ERP - is transferred to the system via interface.



Product information

Product data can be automatically integrated from existing ERP or PIM systems.



Machine data

Machine data and machine parameters with their properties are recorded for calculation purposes.



Stock data

Data from stored materials and raw materials is submitted via link to the warehouse management system.



Material data

Properties of materials can be requested from a special database or transferred by employees.



Order occupancy

The order status is continuously requested from production controlling to calculate delivery times.


Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

DigiBrain can certainly be described as artificial intelligence. With the acquisition and implementation of all human and machine knowledge, WebCAD supports, unknowing users in planning and design in a very simple manner. This process can be extended to a digital architect.