Digital Twin Consortium (DTC)
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Boston, Massachusetts. The Platform Stack Architectural Framework: An Introductory Guide was released by Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) to aid in designing a fundamental foundation forming the building blocks and central models of a digital twin environment. “Digital twins and enabling technologies are revolutionizing how we approach even the simplest of tasks, from managing the flow of stock in a warehouse to designing, deploying and maintaining a fleet of aircraft,” said Dan Isaacs, GM & CTO, DTC.
Boston, Massachusetts. Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) released a supplement to its previously published whitepaper, Reality Capture: A Digital Twin Foundation. The supplement titled, Industry User Guide for Applying Reality Capture to Tenant Improvement Projects offers industry-specific guidance pertaining to the utilization of reality capture in tenant improvement projects.
The third article in our metaverse series focuses on conceptual and metadata models that enable interoperability among connected digital twins in an industrial metaverse.
The concept of digital twins, taken to its ultimate potential, can create digital representations of nearly everything. Yet, much of the value of digital twins depends on the ability of distributed, heterogeneous systems to interoperate.
An open-source collaboration community will accelerate the adoption of digital twin-enabling technologies and solutions. Consortium members and non-members can collaborate on open-source projects, code, and collateral and become part of the DTC ecosystem.
Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) announced an open-source collaboration community to accelerate the adoption of digital twin-enabling technologies and solutions.