Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table for Composable Digital Twins

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Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO, XMPRO and co-chair of the Natural Resources Working Group

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Join this webinar to learn more about the Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table: • What is the Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table and why does it matter? • How do I use the Digital Twin CPT in my organization or project? • How can I get started with the Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table? The Digital Twin Capabilities Periodic Table (CPT) is an architecture- and technology-agnostic requirements definition framework. It is aimed at organizations that want to design, develop, deploy, and operate Digital Twins based on use case capability requirements versus the features of technology solutions. The Digital Twin CPT provides the framework for Composable Digital Twins (CDT) that deliver service-based orchestration with faster time to value by reusing packaged business capabilities to develop and adapt applications as business requirements evolve. The Digital Twin CPT framework facilitates collaboration in multidisciplinary or fusion teams that need to create Digital Twins requirements specifications in large-scale complex environments. The framework keeps the focus on the capability requirements of individual use cases, which can then be aggregated to determine the overall capability requirements of digital twin platforms and other technology solutions that are required to address the specific business needs. It follows a Period Table approach with capabilities grouped or “clustered” around common characteristics. It is easy to interpret both in the boardroom when explaining the business case to get funding for a Digital Twin project, and on the shopfloor when gathering requirements for a Digital Twin application. It provides visual guidance for collaboration, brainstorming, and making capability requirements explicit.
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