Digital Twins Aid Digital Transformation

A Digital Twin is a digital model of a real-life object, place or process.

What organisations currently regard as assets.

The digital model can be informed by historical data and fed with live sensor data to make the digital model identical – a ‘twin’ – to the real-life subject. .

Does your organization…
  • Spend valuable time looking for assets/things when you need them?
  • Buy additional things because you can’t find things when you need them?
  • Lose track of things moving between locations?
  • Want to initiate an action when a particular asset arrive or leaves?
  • Know how many (particular) things you really have?
  • Need to find things urgently in an emergency?
  • Ever need to correctly identify a particular thing?
  • Ever need to find the manual or ‘safe work guide’ for a thing?

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