TRENDS AND PROSPECTS OF DIGITAL TWIN TECHNOLOGIES: A REVIEW

Idowu A. Ayoade, Adeyinka Adedigba, Oluseyi Adeyemi, Oyetunde A Adeaga, Oreoluwa Akanbi

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Abstract

The plethora of technologically developed software and digital types of machinery are widely applied for industrial production and the digitalization of building technologies. The fourth industrial revolution and the underlying digital transformation, known as Industry 4.0 is reshaping the way individuals live and work fundamentally. However, the advent of Industry 5.0 remodels the representation of industrial data for digitalization. As a result, massive data of different types are being produced. However, these data are hysteretic and isolated from each other, leading to low efficiency and low utilization of these valuable data. Simulation based on the theoretical and static model has been a conventional and powerful tool for the verification, validation, and optimization of a system in its early planning stage, but no attention is paid to the simulation application during system run-time. Dynamic simulation of various systems and the digitalization of the same is made possible using the framework available with Digital Twin. After a complete search of several databases and careful selection according to the proposed criteria, 63 academic publications about digital twin are identified and classified. This paper conducts a comprehensive and in-depth review of this literature to analyze the digital twin from the perspective of concepts, technologies, and industrial applications
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)11-24
Number of pages15
JournalQuantum Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology (QJOEST)
Volume3
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 18 Dec 2022

Keywords

  • Digital twins
  • literature review
  • digital asset management
  • smart infrastructures

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