“A digital twin of organisation (DTO) allows us to simulate different scenarios, with the aim of improving decision-making based on a correct interrelation of processes and data from the different areas of a company”.”
“A digital twin of organisations (DTO) is a virtual representation of a physical product or process that is used to understand and predict the performance characteristics of a physical process or product. Digital duplicates are used throughout the product lifecycle to simulate, predict and optimise the product and production system before investing in prototypes and physical assets”. SIEMENS definition.
A digital twin of organisation (DTO) is a digital representation of a real-world entity or system. A digital twin implementation is an encapsulated object or software model that reflects a single physical object, process, organisation, person or other abstraction. Data from several digital twins can be aggregated to obtain a composite view of several real-world entities, such as a power plant or a city, and their related processes”. Gartner definition.
- 1970La NASA implements technology
mission in Apollo 13
- 1977Flight simulators with
- 1983 - 2001AutoCAD becomes a de facto tool in virtually all engineering and design
- 2002Dr. Grieves
Dr. Grieves' digital twin concept emergesMcLaren F1 digital twin technology for predicting product development performance
- 2011NASA & USAF documents
on digital twins
- 2015GE's digital wind farm initiative
- 2017Norlean introduces NOA
The Digital Twin of Organisations (DTO) generation platformGartner lists digital twins in top 10 technology trends
- 2018Digital twins in the product portfolios of leading industrial and software companies