There’s so much information out there, so we’ve collected our favourites
An article from 2019 that examined the maturing of digital twins in the North Sea focused on Total, Aker BP, and Shell who had each developed and deployed twins.
This short article discusses the increasing skills shortage (10 plus years industry experience) facing the oil and gas sector.
This paper on electronic rail digital twins, presented at the Power Electronics, Drive Systems, and Technologies Conference focuses on the need for precision to execute an exact simulation of the performance of real physical system.
"Interoperability is critical to enable digital twins to process information from heterogeneous systems. The Digital Twin System Interoperability Framework seeks to address this challenge by facilitating complex system of systems interactions. Examples include scaling a smart building to a smart city to an entire country, or an assembly line to a factory to a global supply chain network,” said Dan Isaacs, CTO, Digital Twin Consortium.
The value of Digital Twins can only be realized if Digital Twins and their virtual environment contain the same data and resulting information as their corresponding Physical Twins and real-world environment. This means that the need for more extensive, faster, and richer sensing of the physical world will dramatically increase as valuable use cases proliferate. In addition, we will evolve from working in physical or virtual environments to integrating and working simultaneously in both environments. Dr. Grieves discusses his views on the opportunities and issues of this evolution.
Every company today is data-driven or at least claims to be. Business decisions are no longer made based on hunches or anecdotal trends as they were in the past. In this environment, data quality is a necessary conversation.