CREATING A DIGITAL TWIN
Exploring Use Cases for Replicating Manufacturing Processes, Assets and Facilities
A digital twin is a virtual model designed to accurately reflect a physical object. In essence, it’s a computer program that uses real world data to create simulations that can predict how a product of process will perform. How are digital twins being used on manufacturing facility floors today? How does the twin study performance issues? How does it generate improvements? Attend this morning session to get the answers.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
• SCRA executive director Bob Quinn will demonstrate how SCRA supports technology startups, academic research and entrepreneurs and innovators.
• SCRA industry manager, Catherine Hayes, will provide an overview of the Digital Twin concept.
• Three speakers will present current and future applications, ROI opportunities, and lessons learned from industry deployments of the Digital Twin.
• Plus, breakfast will be served!
ABOUT SCRA OR THE SOUTH CAROLINA RESEARCH AUTHORITY
SCRA is the leading catalyst in making South Carolina the first choice for technology-focused industry, entrepreneurs, and academics. The organization supports technology startups and academic institutions by providing lab and administrative space, among other things.
SCRA connects industry to entrepreneurs and innovators through matchmaking opportunities that promote growth, and fund relocation costs for technology-based companies moving to South Carolina.