Each innovation had its followers who, when applied, transformed different industries. The PC changed the way we handle physical documents, CAD sent the drawing boards to the warehouses; email became the default method of formal communication. They all ended up following globally accepted standards, at least from the vendor's perspective. The transformations in the previous digital revolution added value to geographic and alphanumeric information, which individually helped drive modern business. All of these transformations were based on global connectivity; that is, the “http” protocol that we still use today.
No one can guarantee the shape of the new digital landscape; Industry leaders suggest that a mature and pragmatic approach will serve us well. There will be opportunities for those with vision and scope to benefit from this revolution. Governments, always on the lookout for reelection, can also act with an eye toward the short term. But, in the long run, it is, ironically, ordinary users, interested in their own needs, who will have the last word.
Digital Twin - The New TCP / IP?
Since we know what will happen, even if we do not perceive gradual changes, we must be prepared for change. We know that acting with caution will be necessary for those who understand the sensitivity of a globally connected market where added value not only appears in stock market indicators but also in the response of increasingly influential consumers in terms of the quality of services. The standard will undoubtedly play a role in ensuring the balance between the industry's supply of creativity and the demands of end users.
This course offers an insight from the perspective of the author (Golgi Alvarez) and includes segments from Geospatial World, Siemens, Bentley Systems, and Enterprise Management as representative leaders of the Digital Twins approach.
What will they learn?
- Philosophy of digital twins
- Trends and challenges in technologies
- Vision of the future in the industrial revolution
- Visions from industry leaders
Requirement or prerequisite?
- no requirements
Who is it aimed at?
- tech lovers
- BIM modelers
- Tech Marketing Guys
- Digital Twins Enthusiasts