Replicability

Description

Description

Five last test-beds, carefully selected to showcase the replicability of the proposed IoTwins methodology in different sectors, the scalability of the adopted solutions, and their capability to help SMEs to generate new business models. Large, valuable, and heterogeneous data assets coming from IoT-ized deployment environments already running at several IoTwins partners are available for the project at the beginning of its execution. All test-beds rely on distributed and hybrid digital twins merging physical simulation, Machine Learning (ML), and optimization.

Testbeds

 

#8 Patterns for smart manufacturing for SMEs

 

#9 Standardization / homogenization of manufacturing performance

 

#10 EXAMON replication to other datacentre facilities

 

#11 CAMP NOU replicability towards smaller scale sport facilities

 

#12 Innovative business models for IoTwins PaaS in manufacturing

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23rd Nov 2021
#GENERAL

Registration open for 'Digital Twin for Industry' workshop

The workshop, organised by Cineca in collaboration with the IoTwins project, will be held on 14 December in hybrid mode.
19th Nov 2021
#GENERAL

IoTwins’s virtual booth at the European Big Data Value Forum

The European Big Data Value Forum 2021 will start on 19 November in hybrid mode.
10th Nov 2021
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IoTwins at the European Big Data Value Forum

The European Big Data Value Forum 2021 (EBDVF 2021) will be held in hybrid mode from 29 November to 3 December 2021.
8th Nov 2021
#GENERAL

Registration is open for the BI-REX course on Big Data infrastructures and applications for Digital Twinning.

The course will last from 19 November to 16 December.
25th Oct 2021
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“Green Italy 2021" report presented in Rome

On October 20, in Rome and live streaming, the report "Green Italy 2021 - An economy on a human scale for the future of Europe", produced by Symbola and Unioncamere, was presented.
19th Oct 2021
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The Camp Nou Stadium as a Testbed for City Physiology

A New paper published by BSC in a special issue under the "Complexityjournal".
13th Oct 2021
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Marposs and IoTwins at EMO Milano 2021

During the exhibition, Marposs presented its digital platform for machine monitoring, developed within the IoTwins project.
27th Sep 2021
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IoTwins at Sustainable Places

The 9th annual edition of Sustainable Places (SP2021) will be a hybrid event, from 28th September to 1st October, with the in-person sessions to be hosted in Rome, Italy.
6th Jul 2021
#GENERAL

Tour De France 2021 Organizers Use Digital Twin

In recent years, The Tour and its technical partners have worked to collect as much data as possible as quickly as possible so it can be used to provide immediate insights to fans and give organizers greater control over the race.