The idea of using virtual models to optimize processes, products, or services is not new. But organizations are finding that increasingly sophisticated simulation and modeling capabilities, power visualization, better interoperability and IoT sensors, and more widely available platforms and tools are making it possible to create simulations that are more detailed and dynamic than ever.
Digital twins can increase efficiency in manufacturing, hospitals, optimize supply chains, transform predictive field maintenance, aid in traffic congestion remediation, and much more. Organizations making the transition from selling products to selling bundled products and services, or selling as-a-service, are increasing the use of digital twins.
As capabilities and sophistication grow, expect to see more organizations use digital twins to optimize processes, make data-driven decisions in real time, and design new products, services, and business models. In the long term, realizing digital twins’ full promise may require integrating systems and data across entire ecosystems.
We welcome you to our webinar, where we aim at sharing status on standards for digital twins as well as presenting outline from digital twin cases taken from different industries like railway, hospitals, air-traffic control and F1-racing.
09:00 - 10:30 CEST
May 26, 2021