The automotive industry has experienced tremendous change during the past decade with the drastic rise of electric cars being immersed into the population. Although electric cars have a long way to go from being manually driven by people to becoming self-driven bots, edge computing and simulations can help bridge the gap in order to make self-driving cars into reality. How you might ask? Well, first we need to explain how edge computing works.
Contrary to cloud-based computing which is a data transformation method that helps store information remotely, edge computing transfers data way faster because the data storage unit is installed locally, allowing the fast transfer of data. This means, that by using this technology, cars could make decisions way faster (e.g. make a decision to break, start driving, make turns etc.) compared to cloud-based vehicles. Combining this with digital twin technology and its potential to simulate future reality, an ever-expanding consciousness field can be developed by the technology to help our vehicles navigate terrain and avoid collision by scanning potential roadblocks (e.g. other vehicles, humans crossing a road etc.) and using edge computing to make a decision to stop, slow down or outmanoeuvre.
The automotive industry is a special one when it comes to virtual twin. The technology holds a lot of potential to capitalize on. Therefore, we are hosting a conference on enhancing digital twin computing for it to help manufacturers reduce development costs, improve efficiency and skyrocket sustainability in the automotive industry.
The constant problem of injuries during work can be in the past if edge computing technology will be integrated with online platform based simulations. By successfully incorporating digital twin technology into workspace environments and developing fully built digital replicas of offices and buildings, the environment could be monitored in real-time if the technology is paired with edge computing. This means that potential risks and hazards that pose a danger in workplaces can be prevented before they happen.
Although digital twin technology is specifically meant for simulating future experiences, calculating context and developing a chain of outcomes, it can also help edge computing optimize its algorithm in real-time, creating a progressively safer environment every single moment. For instance, if a self-driven vehicle encounters drastic weather changes, newly generated traffic jams or changes in course, having a developed digital twin of the terrain and the vehicle can help computing technologies predict what changes it needs to execute and make the journey safe and successful.
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