From developing scalable analytics infrastructure at Georgia Pacific to enabling modern mobility at BMW, hear from these digital twin visionaries.
Deploying digital twins at scale within an organization is complex, requires experience, and without prudent execution, mistakes can be costly. The Digital Twin Summit brings together a cross-industry community of technical experts and business decision makers to share strategic insights, best practices, and technical knowledge in deploying data-driven decision-making capabilities that reveal new opportunities to create business value and the expected ROI.
Find tailored applications and solutions that will help you define your unique digital twin strategy, accelerate your time-to-value, and remove silos across your organization.
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Leading experts will deliver technical content that addresses key challenges and opportunities in adopting digital twin capabilities – whether you’re scaling or just starting.
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The growing accessibility of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and IoT capabilities, coupled with the interest in automation in various asset intensive industries, such as automotive, defense & aerospace, energy, healthcare, industrial tools and hardware, and more is prompting manufacturers to implement digital twins across the lifecycle, from product design, operations, and supply chain to enhancing productivity and reducing time-to-market.
Join your digital twin community for critical discussions on how to adopt and scale data-augmented capabilities that will increase productivity and revenue, reduce costs, improve collaboration and quality, and anticipate previously unavoidable disruptions.
Keynotes: BMW and Georgia Pacific take Center Stage
Michael Carroll, VP of Innovation at Georgia Pacific, will discuss developing a scalable analytics infrastructure for exponential data growth.
Julian Weber, PhD, Head of Vehicle Data at BMW, shares insights on how digital twins enable modern mobility.
Panel: DT Standards for Interoperability - Opportunities & Challenges
The challenges surrounding data authoring and consumption must be addressed for digital twin adoption to proliferate. Leaders from the Digital Twin Consortium, NIST, Boeing, Intel, and IDTA who are spearheading the efforts for standardization will discuss how their challenges are being addressed.
Join engineers, technologists, and executives who are leading digital twin initiatives from these attending companies.
European Space Agency
Ford Motor Company
Johnson & Johnson
Stanley Black and Decker