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      integrating a simulated twin of an automation system during the system's entire life-cycle

      Research Group Production and Automation Engineering Resarch Environment Virtual Engineering

      integrating a simulated twin of an automation system during the system's entire life-cycle

      Research Group Production and Automation Engineering
      Resarch Environment Virtual Engineering

      Quick Facts

      Full project name

      TWIN

      Duration

      April 2017 – March 2020

      Partners

      Leax Arkivator AB, Goodtech solutions , Projektengagemang

      Financing

      KK-stiftelsen och medverkande partners

      TWIN is a three-year project which aims to develop a holistic solution for integrating a simulated twin of an automation system during the system's entire life-cycle. A digital twin allow testing in a virtual environment. Saving both time and money.

      With such holistic solution, virtual commission could be undertaken in all steps of the life-cycle which facilitates companies in realizing flexible and intelligent automation systems.

      A digital twin will help companies stay competitive

      Based on the simulated twin, the companies could easily and cost-efficiently evaluate modifications, make improvements, and train operators when changes in the production setup occurs due mass-customization or new products being introduced. This aids the companies in staying competitive on a global and rapidly changing market and meet the challenges coming with the forth industrial revolution, such as mass-customization and short product life-cycles.

      Participating Researchers