Introduction to Digital Twin Engineering with Cláudio Ângelo Gonçalves Gomes, Aarhus Universitet
Fra Annette Poulsen
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) are getting increasingly complex and generate large amounts of data. Analyzing such data provides us an insight into a given system.
The digital twin concept emerges as an attempt to seamlessly integrate the data and insight in order to improve system performance. It enables applications such as visualization, monitoring, state estimation, and self-adaptation.
In this talk, Cláudio will demonstrate the construction of a digital twin exemplified by an incubator system, including the benefits and challenges of each application. The result is a description of the building blocks of a digital twin as well as an example of self-adaptation.
Cláudio Gomes is an assistant professor at Aarhus University. He received his PhD at the University of Antwerp, for his work on the foundations of co-simulation. His current research revolves around engineering digital twins in various application domains such as agricultural robotics and manufacturing.