What can a Digital Twin do?
Requirements are recorded, verified and validated before construction begins. Components which appear defective or do not function can be improved.
The intelligent Digital Twin technology can automatically recognise damage patterns. This can be used to improve monitoring, maintenance planning, and deterioration assessments. Predictive maintenance is very important for safety.
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Flexibility and safety
The tool can be used for many different purposes – for example, safety analyses, escape plans, management, or maintenance. The 3D model’s images and animations can also be used for communicative purposes. As the Digital Twin can test systems in a fully virtual environment, the number of hours spent in the field is reduced and the risk of accidents limited.
The tool’s model brings together – in a single overview – all design drawings, technical (construction) data, real-time information, and systems. Stakeholders can collaborate and communicate optimally using it, taking advantage of the lifelike virtual representation. In this way, the model acts as an information source to which everything can be traced.
Why Digital Twins?
Collaboration and communication
Stakeholders can collaborate and communicate optimally, taking advantage of the lifelike virtual representation.
The tool can be used for various purposes, including safety analyses, management, maintenance, and communication.
The Digital Twin’s intelligent technology automatically recognises damage patterns. Predictive maintenance is very important for safety.