Creating a Virtual Factory. Build a Low-Cost Digital Twin

About The Webinar

In the rapidly evolving landscape of industrial engineering, the concept of “digital twins” has emerged as a groundbreaking strategy that is revolutionizing how factories are conceived, designed, and optimized. We invite you to join us for an enlightening non-technical one-hour webinar that will delve into the transformative world of digital twins for factories, a frontier that blends the physical and digital realms to usher in a new era of manufacturing excellence.

Why Attend? This webinar is meticulously crafted for forward-thinking professionals, innovators, and visionaries in the field of manufacturing, engineering, and technology. Whether you’re looking to break new ground in digital manufacturing, eager to optimize your existing operations, or simply curious about the future of industrial engineering, this presentation is your gateway to the cutting edge of factory design and operation.

What Will You Discover?

The Evolution of Digital Twins: Journey through the history and development of digital twins, from their conceptual beginnings to their current status as integral components of modern manufacturing. Understand how these virtual replicas have become essential tools for design, simulation, and continuous improvement, even before the physical factory floors are set. ​​​​​​​

Industry Leaders and Innovators: Get acquainted with the trailblazers and leading companies that are shaping the future of digital twins in manufacturing. Learn from their successes, challenges, and strategies, and how they leverage digital twins to gain a competitive edge, enhance efficiency, and reduce costs.

Practical Insights and Getting Started: Demystify the process of creating digital twins with a focus on discrete event simulation (DES) models. Discover how to initiate simple yet effective models of production lines that can significantly impact decision-making, optimize operations, and facilitate a seamless transition from the digital world to the physical plant.