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What is a Digital Twin in Infrastructure?

Updated: Feb 23

A digital twin is a virtual representation of a physical object or system, used for monitoring and simulation purposes. It is created by combining data from sensors and other sources with algorithms and models and can be used to represent physical assets, processes, or entire systems. By creating a digital twin, organizations can gain insight into the performance, behavior, and potential issues of the physical object or system, and use this information to optimize operations, reduce costs, and improve efficiency. Digital twins are commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and building management.