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A digital twin can be explained as a virtual model of an actual working product in the field, informed by sensors mounted on the physical product that gather and send back real-time, real-world operating data. Engineers can make more informed choices for future designs and improve the accuracy of their simulations.
Twin Builder is a predictive maintenance software product by Ansys that makes it quick and easy for you to develop your first digital twin.
Transform your operations with Data – Driven and Simulation – Based Digital Twin software.
Enable true predictive maintenance for the first time.
Costly unplanned downtime is replaced by less expensive maintenance during scheduled shutdowns.
Combines the power of a multidomain systems modeler with extensive 0D application-specific libraries, 3D physics solvers and reduced-order modeling capabilities.
Support for multiple modeling domains and languages.
3D reduced-order model creation and integration and Embedded software integration.
Improve your operations while reducing maintenance costs 10 to 20 percent.