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Bridge digital and physical worlds with digital twin technology

A digital twin is a virtual representation of a physical object or system – but it is much more than a high-tech lookalike. Digital twins use data, machine learning, and the Internet of Things (IoT) to help companies optimise, innovate, and deliver new services.
 

Digital twins and the future of Industry 4.0

See how digital twins – and networks of digital twins – are transforming how engineers design products, how manufacturers collaborate with end users, and how companies generate revenue and provide value.
  • Monitor a constant stream of usage and performance data in real time
  • Combine end-to-end asset or product lifecycle data into digital threads
  • Support new product-as-a-service business models
  • Drive innovation in manufacturing, R&D, supply chain, asset management, service, and logistics

SAP digital twin software and technology

Build digital twins – and integrate them with other digital twins, enterprise systems, processes, and networks – with SAP solutions like SAP S/4HANA Cloud, SAP Product Lifecycle Management, SAP Digital Manufacturing, and SAP Asset Intelligence Network.

What are analysts saying about digital twins?

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IDC explores the network of digital twins

Gain a deeper understanding of digital twin networks, including how they visually communicate information about products and assets to manufacturing, supply chain, service, and logistics. Review digital twin examples and use cases – and learn how to get started with the technology.

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65%

of manufacturers will be using digital twins by 2020

IDC

25%

reduction in the cost of quality defects with digital twins

IDC

50%

faster time to market with digital twin technology

IDC

Everything you need to know about digital twins and their networks

Get the latest news and trends from digital twin experts

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