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Center for High Performance Systems

Experts in Simulation Modeling and Data-Intensive Analytics. New focus on Digital Twins for Industry 4.0 applications!

We use advanced computer simulation software featuring 3D animation, including AnyLogic, AutoMod and Simio! We also have cutting-edge motion capture technology to develop digital twin models of human operators!

The  Center for High Performance Systems (CHiPS) has expertise in simulation modeling and data-intensive analytics targeting the manufacturing industry, as well as distribution centers and supply chain systems. CHiPS has also incorporated motion capture and sensor technologies to conduct research in digital twins to enhance human performance within Industry 4.0 applications. 

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Texas State University

Material Handling Teaching Institute (MHTI) 2019

MHTI was held from July 22-26, 2019 at Texas State University. MHTI was sponsored by MHI (mhi.org). We would like to thank all the participants for their extraordinary support.

NhuNguyen

Ms. Nguyen receives the STEM Undergraduate Research Internship

Industrial Engineering student, Nhu Nguyen, received the STEM Undergraduate Research Internship Stipend. Ms. Nguyen will study the heart rate variability as operators perform material handling moves.

TMHNA Visit October 2019

Texas State IE Students Meet with Visitors from TMHNA

We had the pleasure to host Mr. Steve Medwin and Mr. Brian Simpson from Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA). Steve and Brian met with our IE students, and shared with them their experiences working in the material handling industry.

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Updated by Dr. Jesus Jimenez on December 1, 2019