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Digital twins workshopNetwork with the biggest players in the industry
New speaker announced!Srivathsan Giovindarajan, Head of Digital Twin, Sap
Challenge Advisory is delighted to announce the launch of our digital twin technology investment workshop taking place in the financial heartland of London in November 2019.
This two-day workshop is designed to support the growth and adoption of digital twin technology by discussing its benefits and latest innovations along with the investments still required. To find different events you might be interested in, or to check out our most anticipated digital twin event for oil and gas please see our workshop page.Agenda
Stream 1 | The Bigger Picture
To what extent does the technology have the potential to be genuinely game changing?
Stream 6 | Best Practices in the Digital Twin Environment
Bests practices in the digital twin environment
Stream 2 | Shaking up the
How early adopters need to be able to accommodate new digital-twin models from their suppliers or partners
Stream 7 | What is Happening in the Key Sectors?
What is happening in aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer products, agriculture, energy, heavy machinery, pharmaceuticals and chemicals
Stream 3 | Assessing the
How data collected through sensors can produce valuable insights
Stream 8 | Digital Twin Start-Ups
Outlining the latest trends, challenges and new opportunities
Stream 4 | Digital Twins
What measures are needed to tackle cyber treats?
Stream 9 | Start-Ups
Innovative new technology companies outline their solutions to influential investors
Stream 5 | Digital Twins
Examining how using augmented or mixed reality enables visualization of a digital twin
Stream 10 | Continuing Discussion in
A series of one-to-one discussions designed to facilitate discussion and establish new business relationships
Stephen joined Mace in 1996 and after successfully delivering a number of projects across many different sectors, in 2004 he became a Director of Mace with overall responsibility for Engineering Services across the construction sector.
Vatsan Govindarajan heads global product development in the high-fidelity digital twin space at SAP. His team's work in high-fidelity digital twin innovation applies Newtonian physics and engineering simulation capabilities to the Internet of Things to monitor and analyze in real time the behavior of structures and mechanical systems under the influence of complex and dynamic loads.
Digital twins are no longer a concept, but a reality. Still in its infancy, this technology will evolve over the next 5-10 years and has the potential to transform businesses. This workshop comes at the right time. I look forward to meet fellow members of the industry, network and exchange ideas in this forum.
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