This eBook will guide you to take the necessary steps to digital transformation to resolve product complexity challenges in a dynamic economy. It addresses the missing links that determine success or failure in Digital Transformation and shows how organizations can build a sustainable path forward, with fewer resources, in less time and with better outcomes. It’s time to build your future with Aras.
WHAT IS A DIGITAL TWIN? Learning about the Digital Twin can be a daunting task. There are many competing definitions out there. Where you work within the lifecycle of a product and your intent as to how you want to use it in your business, will greatly determine which definition resonates with you. But let’s make one thing clear—there is a difference between a Digital Model and the Digital Twin. As this eBook is dedicated to the value of the Digital Twin for the maintenance of products (assets), please do not let any vendor try to convince you that a Digital Model—an engineering picture, if you will—created during the development of a product that has not been made yet, is a Digital Twin.
When a company chooses to Build with Aras, it means they are building on top of a resilient platform specifically designed for fast adaptation to change. By utilizing a combination of the Aras platform services, enterprise applications, and industrial low-code modeling engine in an open architecture, the solution is sustainable, and positioned to move forward quickly.
It’s time to re-energize your PLM solution. Most companies start their PLM implementations with high ambitions for strategic business results. Too often they get through the first implementation, typically supporting core Product Data Management (PDM), and stall. Companies like this are missing a golden opportunity. Download the new ebook from Tech-Clarity which examines how leading companies have successfully implemented PLM.
Digitalization, digital twin, and digital thread are new terms that have exploded into use across enterprises. While there are not universally accepted definitions of these terms, CIMdata’s definitions are presented below. These describe key concepts needed to support the larger trend of model-based enterprise (MBE).