Producing better, more sustainable product with digital twin technology
A digital twin establishes a virtual representation of a real-world component in the manufacturing process.
This data-driven computer model takes inputs from the real-world which allows a product or process to be tested ad infinitum on a computer. Later, it also feeds back data from a deployed product, creating a constant cycle of improvement.
This helps manufacturing industries improve products used in everyday life, as well as the equipment that produces those goods. This not only accelerates innovation initiatives, but it does so sustainablity: manufacturers can simulate and evaluate impacts prior to production of a physical product, reducing their carbon footprint.
With such a positive contribution to sustainable innovation, business leaders are increasingly recognizing the power of digital twins to advance digital transformation and innovation. The global digital twin market size was valued at USD 7.48 billion in 2021 and, according to Grand View Research, is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39.1% from 2022 to 2030.
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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are worldwide guidelines to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
Virtual Twin Experiences for Manufacturing Industries, powered by Dassault Systèmes, help spur economic growth and tackle climate change as addressed in Goal 9 and Goal 12.
These goals drive long-term regulations to instill positive change, reduce resource consumption and reach net-zero carbon emissions.