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AI and 5G are supercharging what digital twins can do.

In fact, AI and digital twins are transforming how products are designed, manufactured and maintained. The combination of the technologies provides forensic insights into our increasingly complex and interconnected world.

By deploying digital twins and AI, organizations obtain granular insights into their operations, enabling them to achieve significant benefits spanning cost savings, efficiency gains and improved sustainability efforts.

Product quality is also enhanced through a reduction in defects and the accelerated resolution of issues throughout the lifecycle. In addition, innovation increases through more frequent and comprehensive development.

A digital twin is a digital representation of a real-world entity or system. Data from multiple digital twins can be aggregated for a composite view across a number of real-world entities, such as a power plant or a city, and their related processes.

AI enhances digital twins, enabling the technology to look at what-if scenarios and run simulations, providing previously unavailable insights. This improved situational awareness of cause and effect supports more agile and sustainable decision-making.

Most experts in this area believe that 5G along with AI and digital twin technology will play key roles in future technological advances such as smart cities. Digital twins and AI will especially play vital roles as cities strive to reduce their environmental impact. 5G, AI and digital twins  can create a virtual emulation to help planners understand how to reduce congestion, emissions, pollution and other challenges by analyzing data from various sources and testing different variables in the virtual model.

For example, IoT sensors can collect data from cars, charging networks and municipal infrastructure to model and scenario plan. City officials can then use the insights garnered to inform ESG policies and priorities.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers 5G AI & Digital Twins, a 2-day course that will help participants to better understand 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twins.

Learn why organizations from healthcare and facilities management to product design have turned to digital twin technology. Additionally, learn how Digital Twins have been particularly useful in the manufacturing sector, where comparing products and their manufacturing conditions can help identify why some batches have more variability, defects, or inefficiencies.

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