Digital twins

A digital twin can be a digital replica of an object in the physical world, such as a jet engine or wind farms, or even larger items such as buildings or even whole cities.




Digital twins can make manufacturing more productive and streamlined while reducing throughput times.


One example of where digital twins are used in the automotive industry is to gather and analyze operational data from a vehicle in order to assess its status in real time and inform product improvements.


Outside of manufacturing and industry, a digital twin is used in the retail sector to model and augment the customer experience, whether at the level of a shopping center or for individual stores.

Smart Cities

Digital twins can also be used to help cities become more economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable. Virtual models can guide planning decisions and offer solutions to the many complex challenges faced by modern cities. For example, real-time responses to problems can be informed by real-time information from digital twins to allow assets such as hospitals to react to a crisis

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Costs reduce

Craeting digital twin to monitor existing products, such as a wind turbine or oil pipeline, can reduce maintenance burdens and save many millions in associated costs.

Product life enhance

Average retailer’s conversion rate increases after implementing 3D



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