Homedigital twins

Companies in almost every industry are looking to digital twin technologies to drive meaningful business outcomes across the entire product development life cycle, from ideation and production to manufacturing, support …

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Siemens has acquired Swedish service and software company Vizendo, maker of augmented and virtual reality (AR and VR) training solutions for automotive manufacturing. The deal sees it deepen its Industry …

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Industrial IoT (Image: 123rf)

After leading the early automation revolution at the beginning of the 20th century, manufacturers are once again seeking a technological edge. A whopping 72% of manufacturing companies plan to significantly …

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Siemens and Arm have struck a deal around computing and sensor design for connected and autonomous vehicles, to help the automotive industry develop more complex platforms for in-car and between-car …

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solutions

Digital twins of smart cities will number 500 by 2025, from a handful today, according to ABI Research. The concept of digital twins will start move from smart factories, where …

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The only way the planet will hit sustainability targets is through comprehensive electrification and digitisation of the energy market, and of society at large, reckons German tech giant Siemens. Consumption …

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smart manufacturing

The move to a ‘lights-out’ factory has already begun, but the developing transition requires an overhaul of industrial facilities, equipment, systems and people if it is to go the distance. …

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digital twins

Digitization. It’s a game-changing tool that many leading manufacturers have already invested in. In late 2015, Adidas opened Speedfactory in Germany, a highly automated manufacturing facility that pairs a small …

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