Real-Time Digital Twin & Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) Services
Maintain resilient and self-sustainable structural systems by improving efficiency, reducing downtime, and optimizing performance.
Our SHM Services include
- Reduce-Order Models (ROMs)
- Artificial Intelligence
- Neural Networks
- Machine Learning
About Real-time Digital twin & Structural Health Monitoring
A digital twin is a virtual representation of a physical process or product. It’s used to gain a deeper understanding of the physical counterpart to predict performance characteristics. Across industries, digital twins are used to simulate, predict and optimize products and production systems before companies invest in physical prototypes and assets. Digital twins combine multi-physics simulation, data analytics and machine learning capabilities to demonstrate the impact of various scenarios, environmental conditions and other variables.
Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is a technology that uses sensors and algorithms to monitor the performance and health of a structure in real-time. The goal of SHM is to detect and diagnose damage or changes in the structure, predict future performance, and provide early warning of potential failures. This information can be used to improve the safety, reliability, and maintenance of structures, such as bridges, buildings, and aircraft.
Benefits of Real-time Digital Twins
Make more informed and accurate decisions.
Detect potential issues before they occur.
Optimize processes and reduce downtime.
Provide a personalized and responsive customer experience.
Optimize resource utilization and reduce waste.
It’s important to note that adopting digital twins requires considerable investment, collaboration, and sustained commitment from all business functions affected. From revising criteria, workflows and feedback loops to tackling data-sharing, security and governance, leaders need to actively ensure that they’re making the best use of the technology. However, if done well, the long-term benefits are invaluable.
Industry applications of Real-time Digital Twins & SHM
Simulate and optimize the production process, allowing manufacturers to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and increase quality.
Monitor and manage the infrastructure and services in a city, including transportation systems, energy networks, and water supply.
Monitor the health of patients, track the efficacy of treatments, and support the development of personalized medicine.
Optimize the design, testing, and manufacturing of vehicles, and to monitor the performance of vehicles in real-world conditions.
Simulation of crashworthiness, vibration analysis, and noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) analysis.
Monitor the health of aircraft, including the wings, fuselage, and other critical components, to ensure safe operation and to identify potential problems before they become critical.
Monitor wind turbines, oil platforms, and other energy-related structures to detect early signs of damage and to prevent potential failures.
Monitor critical infrastructure and buildings to assess damage caused by earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters.
Partners And Clients
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