Hardware and Software Infrastructure of Digital Twin Technology
This article describes of hardware and software infrastructure that provides the implementation of digital double technology. The basic approaches to determining the technologies that make up the infrastructure for the implementation of the digital twin, as well as the benefits of implementing this technology are considered. The need for processing and storing big data, as well as the benefits of implementing this technology, is substantiated.
Keywords: digital twin, digital model, big data, product lifecycle, cyber-physical system, automation, machine learning, smart maintenance.
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