A Digital Twin (DT) is a virtual representation of real-world entities and processes, synchronized at a specified frequency and fidelity. The TAMIDS Digital Twin Lab (DTL) aims to build up the research capacity on DTs at Texas A&M and develop innovative computing and networking technologies and efficient theory/data-driven modeling methods to speed up the creation and deployment of DTs for a wide spectrum of real world applications. The lab will also actively develop and engage in education and training programs to teach and promote DT technologies across the Texas A&M System.
Monday, December 5, 2022 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CT – Dr. Gordon Shao from NIST will discuss the concept, definitions, classifications, and applications of digital twins in manufacturing.
The 1st Digital Twin Workshop hosted on Feb 8 2022 was intended to help identify and bring together members of the academic community at Texas A&M who were interested in studying and building digital twins.