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Digital Twins for Sustainable Manufacturing

The Digital Reality Initiative is presenting a  IEEE Future Tech Forum Roundtable on Sustainable Manufacturing moderated by Craig Bauhaus, Industry executive in Manufacturing at Microsoft. It will be held as a Virtual Event on Tuesday June 28th, at 12 noon New York time, 6pm Central European Time. You can register …

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5G Network Digital Twin(s)

The 5G network is increasing the already complex 4G network monitoring and management. Introducing more flexibility and eventually deferring some operation and management aspects to third parties (users) through network slicing (a user can customise 5G by creating a sort of personalised network within the network) increases overall complexity. Operators …

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A glimpse on 2025 – II

Continuing the analyses of the Huawei’s proposed 2025 technology trends: 3. Super Sight Augmented and Virtual Reality are quite widespread if we think, as an example, about the use of a smartphone as a lens providing a translation of a text by overlaying the translated text on the original one …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – XVIII

 The future of Digital Twins remains to be written, although what is going on now and what is going to happen in the coming 2-3 years is pretty straightforward.  DTs are a reality in manufacturing and their use will further expand to cover more equipment and processes. The association of …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – XVII

The Digital Transformation -DX- is ongoing and, actually, it has been accelerated by the pandemic that forced many companies to move as much as possible of their activities to the cyberspace. As shown in the graphic, Digital Twins are tools that support operation in the cyberspace for many entities and …

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Logistics Megatrend

Logistics has made newspapers’ headlines in these last two years because it had problems. Most of us do not perceive logistics since, when it works smoothly, we don’t see it. Shelves are full of products, sometimes -ever more often- we order on-line and we get the box at our doorstep …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – XV

The Manufacturing industry has been the first to adopt the technology of Digital Twins. No surprise since the use of CAD for product design and for the shop floor design is rooted in the last century. It was a simple, natural, step to take the digital model produced by CAD …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – X

The Construction Industry has been working with digital models for quite a while, based on BIM -Building Information Modelling. In the last years more and more sensors -IoT- have been inserted in building at construction time (and in a several cases IoT have started to be retro-fitted in existing buildings. …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – IX

After the previous posts discussion on the evolution of digital twins, from -basically- an academic point of view with a separation into stages and types (DT, PDT, CDT, OPDT, Hybrid…) and before looking at the further expected evolution it makes sense to take a look at how, today in 2022, …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – V

If we stretch this idea of a Digital Twin as a “product” able to deliver value to the customer we can foresee an evolution (at stage 5 and beyond) where some companies will be in the business of creating and selling Digital Twins. This will operate as software applications running …

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