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DT evolution in Manufacturing – XII

The automotive sector has adopted Digital Twins technology in the manufacturing to mirror robots in the assembly line. In the last few years it has started to create and use digital twins of the product, vehicles produced. More and more automotive companies are nowadays equipping cars (and trucks) with IoT …

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DT evolution in Manufacturing – II

A digital model is fine in the design phase. Actually we are hearing a new word: virtual twin. This is a model of a physical entity that, as a matter of fact does not exist and may never exist in the physical space. We create the “idea” of an entity …

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Disrupting the construction market

The construction sector is probably one of the less efficient sector, in productivity terms: constructions takes longer than planned, uses more resources… The Digital Transformation has not made a dent in this sector, with few, notable exceptions. ARUP, as an example, has shifted a good portion of its construction life …

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750 miles on a single charge

ONE, Our Next Energy, a US start up company based in Michigan focussing on next generation battery, has achieved an impressive result: in mid December 2021 it made the longest stretch of driving with an EV on a single charge: 752.2 miles (1210.5 km)  using a retrofitted Tesla Model S …

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New Tesla batteries: a game changer

A crucial component in electric vehicles -EV- and most likely the most important one is the battery. Actually, it is not “a battery”, rather a battery stack. A Tesla Model 3 uses batteries that are 21 mm wide and 70 tall (not surprisingly they are called 2170 type). These batteries …

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Chips for AI training

For quite some time the “chip” business was restricted to very few companies that were able to invest huge capitals in the design and manufacturing and because of that huge investment required a big market to sell their products. That led to the design and production of “one-size-fits-all”, in other …

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The car’s mind

One of the problem we are facing when talking with one another is to know what the other person “knows” (or perceive). It pops up once in a while when it is clear that there is a misunderstanding, most of the time this misunderstanding does not exist (or, more likely, …

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