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DIGITAL TWINNING EXPLAINED

18-05-2018
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The latest edition of the Methods technology and solutions e-zine from Mouser Electronics focuses on digital twinning, the latest concept for design and maintenance in Industry 4.0.

Starting with a forward from digital twinning expert Dr Michael Grieves, Executive Director of the US Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design, the digital twinning issue of Methods goes on to discuss the technology landscape and types of twinning; reveal digital twinning’s many potential benefits; describe the role of sensors, edge-nodes, artificial intelligence and communications; and cover data security implications and issues.

“Technology seems to be moving faster than ever, and techniques like digital twinning help engineers to continue working efficiently to meet market demands,” says Kevin Hess, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Mouser Electronics. “We’ve tapped industry experts to contribute in-depth articles that describe digital twinning and how it will play a vital role in engineering as we move toward Industry 4.0.”

Mouser’s engineers also discuss the role of digital twinning in moving product design towards interoperability and deep sharing, as well as the critical importance of sensor design and performance to support digital twin systems.

The Methods e-zine is available free of charge from the Mouser website.

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