Revolution In Simulation Adds Digital Twins to List of Implementation Topics

APRIL 2, 2019; USA – Revolution In Simulation (“Rev-Sim” at www.rev-sim.org), the industry collaboration and technology alliance created to accelerate innovation through the democratization of engineering simulation, announces the addition of simulation-based Digital Twins to its growing line-up of implementation topics. Digital Twins reflect the ongoing status/condition of products in use. Correlating these continuously updated models to the actual in-field loadings and boundary conditions obtained from sensors allows Digital Twins to anticipate needed maintenance and predict the behavior of future proposed operational changes to the physical structures and systems represented in digital form.

Rev-Sim.Org Digital Twins Moderator Dr. Dennis Nagy, CAE Industry Veteran and Principal of Beyond CAE, comments:

“Digital Twins ingredients have been around for a while, but their synergistic combination is just now bearing initial business fruit.  As a result, related technologies and applications will see significant growth. Like all How it Works topics, The Digital Twins area of Rev-Sim.Org is quickly becoming industry’s go-to source for more in-depth background information and the latest relevant end-user enterprise and vendor case studies and success stories.”

About Rev-Sim, LLC

RevolutionInSimulation.Org is a web-based community platform and resource portal that educates, advocates, collaborates and innovates for the democratization of simulation. Advanced simulation and simulation data should be safely accessible to everyone – not just the experts. Democratized Simulation makes analysis more powerful and capable for CAE experts while accessible, safe and reliable for non-experts. RevolutionInSimulation.org is a public online resource containing information related to a movement gaining momentum throughout the simulation world – the Democratization of Simulation. Here, you’ll access the latest news, articles, presentations, white papers, videos, webinars, success stories and related materials. You’ll also have access to industry experts, organizations, and service and software providers who can help you leverage this revolution and maximize the ROI of your simulation investments.

Existing and new industry users of simulation technologies are invited to explore our resources and submit their questions about democratization to our panel of subject matter experts and topic moderators at www.rev-sim.org. Solution providers are invited to join the revolution as a sponsor: www.rev-sim.org/revsim-sponsors or contact Rich McFall at Email Contact.

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