A digital twin, a real-time digital replica of a physical device or a process, can help design products, shorten innovation cycles and minimize environmental impact, Helen Kardan states in her column.
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Digital twin technology, the creation of a digital copy of a device, system, process or person, is fast becoming the norm in innovation, with endless […]
Car manufacturers will rather invest their millions in the technology of the future than in the technology of the past. That's why e-racing will ultimately replace Formula 1, Maarten Steinbuch writes.
The manufacturing industry is in the middle of a transformation: Smart Industry or in other words, Industry 4.0. This involves the far-reaching digitalization of manufacturing […]
The potential applications for digital twins and cyber physical systems in greenhouse horticulture are enormous, writes Colinda de Beer.
A digital twin of the Heinrich Bridge in Bamberg will make maintenance easier, faster and cheaper and possibly even prolong the life of the bridge itself.
Fraunhofer IZM researchers have developed a whole new generation of microimplants that can be charged completely wirelessly using ultrasound waves.
Dutch manufacturing companies and knowledge institutions are working together within the EU project Market 4.0 to strengthen the high-tech supply chain.
Growing Underground in London is one of the largest underground vertical farms in the world that is controlled entirely by a digital twin at the University of Cambridge.
A battery based on salt is about to conquer the market. TU/e spin-off Cellcius is working on the further development of the thermal battery technology into a first fully-fledged product.
EIRES wants to design electrolyzers that can be placed in your home to store electricity generated by solar panels or wind turbines.
Brabant is famous all over the world for its high-tech manufacturing companies. It is this position that could make the province a top player in the field of maintenance as well.
The first Dutch-German field lab focusing on digital twins and AI opens this week on the Brainport Industries Campus in The Netherlands.
The Dutch government must be transparent about the unprofitable peaks of renewable energy because otherwise citizens will not understand why they have to abandon gas in order to be CO2 neutral by 2050
Iron would provide a solution for owners of coal-fired power plants, such as Uniper, which is investing in the development of this technology.
"You cannot avoid digitalization if you want to speed up innovation."
"This shows scaling potential for other smart stadiums and smart city applications."
The third AI lab at Radboud University investigates the opportunities of AI in the neurotech
Scientists from the German University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) have developed a system to remotely control inland shipping vessels or operate them autonomously.
The launch of the new European satellite ‘Copernicus Sentinel-6’ will most likely take place later than the date originally planned on at the end of […]