IT@Intel: Optimizing Factory Performance with Digital Twin Technology

January 30th, 2023 |
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IT Best Practices: How Intel Automated Factory Solutions delivers tremendous benefits to semiconductor manufacturing environments:

The idea of creating replicas of real-world objects is not new. Architects, for instance, have long built models of the buildings they propose to create, giving themselves and clients new perspectives that are much more tangible and informative than sketches, or even detailed blueprints.

But architectural models are static. Today, the ever-increasing technological capabilities of computers equipped with high performance processors mean we can digitize the concept of modeling, raising it to new, dynamic levels. Now, instead of simple physical replicas, we can build Digital Twins (DTs)—data sets that simulate not only the physical attributes of entities (such as shape, color, and size) but also more abstract characteristics (such as strength, elasticity, conductivity, and many more). Plus, once created, Digital Twins of different objectives can be combined into Digital Twin systems, their behavior mimicking that of their real-world counterparts. That behavior can be recorded, analyzed, tested, and revised cyclically.

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