The development of requirements for a digital twin for the rail industry, from early planning through operations and maintenance, can have a number of positive effects on the customer experience and rail passengers.
These include increasing efficiency in the management, maintenance, and operations of assets, reducing repair costs, and improving operational capabilities.
The company needs a digital twin of each railway car in order to properly procure rolling stock. The complete train’s condition is detailed in this virtual depiction, together with typical parts lists like the bill of materials for the entire car and each scheduled maintenance task.
The correct data in the right format must be provided by rolling-stock providers in order for the train operator to build a digital twin. This procedure can be made simpler by creating a uniform interface to providers, who can then provide the most recent information.
The Thailand Rail Digital Twin Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
The project team said last month that real-time monitoring devices will be installed in HS2’s infrastructure.
In addition to providing information about the line’s performance during construction, the data collected by these sensors will also be used to build a virtual reality 3D model of HS2. Real-time monitoring sensors will be installed in rails, bridges, and overhead power lines, among other things.
These sensors are comparable to those used in Formula One racing and aviation. As part of this maintenance program’s predict-and-prevent strategy, asset performance will be tracked.
The problem will initially be evaluated using the digital twin of the HS2 in virtual reality before engineers and maintenance teams are dispatched.
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