The power of digital twin technology is amplified when models for discrete devices are combined into a system-level view of operations.
Digital Twin in Construction: LendLease Leads a Revolution RTInsights has teamed with the Digital Twin Consortium to develop a series of interviews with the people leading the effort. We recently spoke with William Ruh, CEO, LendLease Digital, one of the consortium founding members. Ruh serves as the chair of the consortium’s steering committee. Here is a […]
Construction industry use of digital twin technology can cut costs, improve living quality, optimize safety, and drive sustainability.
Use of digital twin technology in manufacturing is moving beyond design to also include downstream applications that help improve the production process.
Digital twins are being deployed in different industries to address remote workforce operational challenges and even to train new employees before they set foot in the workplace.
A joint system is already in use in several cities, helping them overcome disruptions from pandemics, reduce costs, and improve efficiency.
The Digital Twin Earth model will monitor the health of the planet, perform simulations of interconnected systems with human behavior, and support sustainable development.
Realizing the full promise of digital twins may require integrating systems and data across entire organizational ecosystems.
An enterprise-class infrastructure can enhance the effectiveness of digital twin initiatives and enable innovative applications.
Digital twin technology is now seen as critical to the future of many sectors that suffer from hefty research and development costs.