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The interconnected nature of the digital twin capability connects the operational control and communication systems, sensors, cyber, and asset performance management components with the requirements management, geographic information systems, and project information model elements defined throughout the project delivery stages.
A distinctive and integrated digital twin customer experience is provided by the addition of rich and intuitive visualisations, training, and simulation capabilities, supported by artificial intelligence and analytics.
Building a digital twin at the national level provides excellent chances to de-risk infrastructure construction, which is the cornerstone for Africa’s economic revival. Urban growth centres, telecom and IT networks, water and power transmission, rail and road networks… Although very expensive, this form of infrastructure is necessary for a country’s progress.
The South Africa Rail Digital Twin Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The infrastructure, system design, vehicle engineering, and conversion were all overseen by Deutsche Bahn, who also provided the vehicles. Using cutting-edge technology to assess the motion data of the train, Siemens led systems tests and established the extremely accurate front position of the train.
For environmental perception, Bosch and ibeo provided sensors, while HERE generated a digital HD map in 3D utilising a high precision laser to enable incredibly accurate localization. The HD map functions as the track’s digital twin.
It makes it possible to continuously localise the train and can also provide later systems access to this data.
By including this very accurate digital twin, the train can reference its precise location both relative to the digital twin and in reality, opening up new use cases and raising performance standards.
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