Many companies embark on their digital transformation journeys by implementing different forms of digital twins to cover specific business processes, their main challenge has been integrating these digital twin projects into one single combined view to create significant new value for the business. To be effective, the Digital Twin needs to be capable of supporting the entire asset lifecycle from the early phases of a capital project, to operations & maintenance up to asset retirement, leveraging the same data in a platform able to support the end-to-end process.
The benefits of technical and commercial scalability and the requirements to get a solid manageable and trustworthy core of information, should be at the heart of any Enterprise wide Digital Twin strategy. The presentation will look at some success factors and pitfalls from in the delivery of an Enterprise wide Digital Twin strategy and the idea of building an evolving solution from the stable core.
Rick joined AVEVA in 2013 and is responsible for the Engineering Information Management Business Unit at AVEVA including the Data Aggregation and Visualisation products.
Rick has 30 years experience of delivering actionable intelligence from life cycle information and engineering design solutions across a range of industries including Oil & Gas, Power, Pharmaceutical, Aerospace & Defence and is engaged with multiple digital transformation initiatives with Oil and Gas Supermajors. Rick holds bachelor degrees in Electronic and Manufacturing Engineering and Industrial Robotics from Loughborough University in the UK.