REINVENTING THE WHEEL
Digital Twin, Predictive Maintenance and Simulation Process Data Management
An Interactive Workshop for Industrial Managers focused on the business benefits of Digital Twin, Predictive Maintenance and Simulation Process Data Management
These presentations are not available
Fostering innovation is now more accessible than ever, thanks to digitalization. Shared engineering knowledge, simulation-based monitoring, diagnosis and predictive maintenance can empower design, development and operation phases and open new business opportunities.
Digital Twins (virtual copies of physical assets) are the key enablers of industrial digitalization and powerful masterminds for sustainable innovation.
Internet of Things simplifies the collection of real time data from products/processes and their comparison with the predictive behavior of the corresponding Digital Twin. This enriches the knowledge of what happens in the field.
Digital Twins speed up the understanding of how physical products, machines and processes work, and make it easier to predict and optimize performances over the whole lifecycle.
Tires are the only part of vehicles in contact with the road, playing an important role in meeting the performance requirements of trucks but they are the least connected part of vehicle. The race is on to deliver greater safety, increased fuel efficiency and longer tire life.
This interactive workshop, organized by EnginSoft in collaboration with SAP and ESTECO, brought together experts - both final users and tool providers - from various industrial fields with the aim to outline and discuss key challenges and opportunities associated to Digital Twins and data-driven solutions.
Digital Twin from the Engineering Woman World
Introduction to Workshop Topics
Live Demo of a Pump Digital Twin
Hands-On: Scenario and Business Target
Stand-up speech coffee-break: DT of a Greenhouse for Life on Mars
Hands-On: Technological Roadmap Implementation
VOLTA Platform as a Digital Twin Enabler
Full Product Cycle DT Deployment: from Design to Operations
Wrap-up and Close
The full presentations are not available for this workshop.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in these topics