DIGITAL TWINNING AS A SOLUTION TO MANUFACTURING BLACK BOXES

While providing enormous benefit and opportunity for competitive advantage, the growth of sensor embedded systems and automation hazs made the modern manufacturing production environment increasingly complex.

DIGITAL TWINS IN MANUFACTURING

Industry 4.0 in manufacturing is seeing our understanding of the way we create and shape the world around us transform rapidly.

THE COMMON SENSE OF DIGITAL TWINS

During World War II, most of the working force was required to serve in the army, causing a major shortage of personnel. Alan Turing noticed this necessity and as a response, he invented a machine.