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Digital Twins: Not your father's BMS OR SCADA System

In our first blog on digital twins, we said they are digital replicas of physical objects, systems, processes, and places. For example, a regional water/wastewater utility could be interested in having digital twins built of its pumps; its pumping stations; the process occurring in one of its water-treatment plants; and the sites where it has and/or is thinking of putting reservoirs. 

From water and wastewater systems to factories, many things that digital twins virtually replicate are controlled by supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. Digital twins are also being used to provide virtual replicas of buildings, which are controlled by systems called building management systems (BMS) or building automation systems (BAS).

But while SCADA systems and BMS can providetrue

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Digital Twins: The Virtual Replicas Enhancing Real-World Operations

Digital Twins in the Movies 

In the 1997 disaster movie Volcano, when Tommy Lee Jones wants to find out why some Los Angeles Department of Public Works employees were scalded to death in a storm drain near MacArthur Park, he goes to the site with a batch of rolled-up drawings under his arm. Today,true

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High Speed Data Monitoring for Modern Industrial Challenges

Organizations in the industrial space deal with similar challenges when it comes to data, and those challenges become more prominent the longer they go unanswered. Industry 4.0 is moving forward at full speed, meaning that traditional manufacturing and industrial processes continue to be automatedtrue

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The Benefits of A Successful Alarm Management System

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” - Albert Einstein

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