In this article, we learn that more and more organizations choose to use digital twins and VR/AR to develop their products or processes. A digital twin can be defined as a virtual representation of a physical object, process, or system. It is used by organizations to run simulations and study performance issues to improve the object being studied before its production. It can be useful in the development, testing and/or validation phase.
The author intends to show that digital twins are not only used in manufacturing. She gives examples of use cases in other industries, such as healthcare, retail, and logistics. But digital twinning could also be applied to every industry when it comes to infrastructure performance and automation.
Since digital twinning is growing popular among various industries, our XR solution UpRooM can include a digital twin of your choice upon request.