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On Thursday, June 18, Rail Express hosted a webinar with Bentley Systems on the value digital twins can bring to the rail industry, in particular, the application of digital twins to manage intelligent asset maintenance.
In the following webinar, Andrew Smith, the Solutions Executive responsible for Bentley’s Rail and Transit solution, outlined how rail organisations can harness the explosion of data to provide actionable insights across their rail networks. Smith, using real-world examples, explained that beyond a computer aided design (CAD) or building information modelling (BIM) tool, digital twins are an information rich, real-time representation of a rail asset which can enable rail owners and operators to reach new levels of organisational maturity through the optimisation and predictive forecasting of maintenance and upkeep work.
At their most effective, digital twins can take the potential of big data and apply these benefits using artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) to maximise the value of rail assets.
“A digital twin provides capabilities to manage, maintain, analyse, and report against your transportation network,” said Smith.
This article first appeared on www.railexpress.com.au
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