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How does the Digital Twin work in industrial practice? Concrete examples from the areas of global impact, smart manufacturing and asset compatibility provide you with valuable insights.
Submodels simplify data integration
Value creation from data management
It contains all product information in digital form, provides extended product services, can be updated at any time and dispenses with paper resources.
Calculation of the Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) of own and purchased products along the entire value chain.
In the AI Real Lab at the SmartFactoryOWL in Lemgo, the discovery and secure sharing of data in multilateral corporate structures is being tested based on Gaia-X Federation Services and management shells.
Standardised submodels provide transparency about the energy consumption of a production at any time and enable the quick replacement of a device, without engineering effort.
Seamless flow of information from supplier to customer and vice versa, for more efficiency in the value chain.
Installation of an AAS-based system in two pilot plants as reference model.
Implementation of the digital nameplate based on the Asset Administration Shell and nameplates in accordance with DIN SPEC 91406.
Automatic, updateable integration of all content relating to machine components and assemblies in an asset management solution from the development phase of a machine.
Remote commissioning of plants, (semi)automatic onboarding and initialisation of a Digital Twin in the Asset Management System.
Cooperation between manufacturers of electric drives: For the first time, the interoperability of electric drives is demonstrated in a practical application using the management shell.
The Asset Administration Shell provides all relevant data of sensors over the entire life cycle in standardized formats in a machine-readable format.