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In this article McKinsey lay out a basic three-step approach to building a digital twin: creating a blueprint, building the initial digital twin, and then boosting its capabilities.
“For a greener, more reliable, more secure energy future, the utility industry must make digital twins a ubiquitous part of everyday operations. But what does this mean and how does it look?”
The City of Seoul implemented S-Map (soil mapping) technology to create a digital twin to solve various urban problems through simulation, combining information such as administration and environment.
The Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table (CPT) is an architecture and technology agnostic requirements definition framework. It is aimed at organizations who want to design, develop, deploy and operate digital twins based on use case capability requirements versus the features of technology solutions.
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