Creation of Digital Twin

August 20th
2020
at 17:00 CEST
1.5
hours
ABOUT webinar
The Digital Twin concept;
Major challenges in Digital Twin implementation;
Why scaling preventative maintenance is so difficult and why you might want to reconsider?
With the raise of technologies manufacturers faced the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). It is not always easy to understand where the digital transformation is bringing us, that is why we would like to take a closer look at the "Digital Twin" concept within the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). At this webinar we will discuss the main concept of "Digital Twin" and what are the main challenges in implementation. Why scaling preventative maintenance is so difficult and why you might want to reconsider? These and many other questions will be answered during the session.

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Joe Barkai - Past Chair, Vehicle Internet of Things Program Committee at Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

Why scaling preventative maintenance is so difficult and why you might want to reconsider?
    Dr.-Ing. Thomas Usländer - Head of Department "Information Management and Production Control" &
    Spokesperson Business Unit "Automation and Digitalization" at Fraunhofer IOSB
    Degree in Computer Science and a PhD in Engineering at KIT. Research interests include agile service engineering and open architectures for the Industrial Internet of Things and Industrie 4.0. Member of the expert panel of the Standardization Council Industrie 4.0, got the OMG Application Award 2000 and the DIN Innovation Award 2017.

    Digital Twins in Industry 4.0
    Uwe Hoffmann - Program Manager Industry 4.0 at Philips, Philips Innovation Services
    Diploma in Physics, PhD in mechanical Engineering @ Fraunhofer IST, 13 year machine and process development for OLEDs, Since 8 years with Philips and since 1 ½ year program manager Ind. 4.0 at PInS

    Digital Twin at Philips

    • Different types of Twins
    • Patient Twin and Machine Twin at Philips
    • Relationship to Ind. 4.0 and Digital Factory


    Greg Kinsey
    Greg Kinsey leads the smart manufacturing solutions business at Hitachi. With 30+ years of experience in manufacturing, IT, and consulting, he is a global thought leader and executive advisor in the digital transformation of industry.

    A Practical Approach to Smart Manufacturing

    • Three reasons why smart manufacturing projects fail
    • What is smart manufacturing? Understanding the journey and value created
    • Building digital on top of the Japanese manufacturing principles
    • Example projects: use cases, approach, results
    • Key lessons learned
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