Digital twins are the next natural step in product development. Digital Twins have the potential to offer valuable insight into the real-world performance of products and processes.
Based on 250 answered, Engineering.com provides us an overview of how digital twins are being used today and how Cloud can help to move forward quickly.
In this report, you’ll also learn:
- How different companies define the digital twin
- The benefits that engineers expect from digital twins
- The main obstacles to digital twin adoption
- And more…
Our partner Dassault Systèmes cares about market trends. That’s why they collaborated with Engineering.com to ask over 250 engineers, designers, product managers and executives from SMBs how they’re using digital twins today.
Their findings are surprising – fill out the form to download the full report!
How well do engineers understand the concept of digital twins?
A third (30%) of survey takers consider digital twins to be a fully defined model, able to simulate the full behavior of a product.
The next most common notion held by 17% of survey takers is that virtual twin is a model similar to a real product that receives the data from sensors on the real product.
12% of respondents simply define the digital twin as a 3D model, while another 10% don’t know what a virtual twin is at all.