A New Class of Digital Twin
Microsoft's Digital Twin Vision Paper
Rethinking the Digital Twin concept - beyond just the product - and around the Manufacturing Processes.
At the heart of manufacturers’ digital transformation efforts are a combination of cloud and edge-based technologies, including high-performance computing, IoT, and advanced analytics. It's now possible to digitally connect and model physical assets and products – creating “digital twins”, and even go beyond the traditional, singular digital twin. The above paper offers a definition of the “process twin,” an extension of the digital twin concept.
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The Process Digital Twin, a new class of Digital Twin, helps us to innovate on process improvements for the entire manufacturing operation.Learn more
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Digital twins combine real-time data with cloud analytics to simulate products, assets, and processes so manufacturers can optimize production—and innovation.Learn more