22.11.2019 DigiTwin Demo Day 2
DigiTwin Demo Day 2
Presentations at seminar hall TU2, Maarintie 8 (TUAS Building), 02150 Espoo
Demos at Aalto Industrial Internet Campus, Puumiehenkuja 5 E, 02150 Espoo
Welcome to Demo Day 2 of the DigiTwin project!
The organizer of this event is Aalto University. The day will be similar to the first demo day held in January 2019 with both presentations and practical demos.
The DigiTwin project develops digital twin into a concrete concept that can be used to boost businesses. The project is implemented in tight collaboration with several industry partners. The project partners include IDEAL PLM, Konecranes, RD Velho, Remion, Siemens and is led by Aalto University.
In the presentations, you will hear about the research results, including the definition of a digital twin, how to build and compare digital twins, how to apply artificial intelligence to crane condition monitoring, and what are the challenges and possibilities for scaling up digital twins.
9.00-9.30 Coffee and registration
9.30-9.40 Opening speech
9.40-11.00 DigiTwin presentations
DigiTwin project overview by Associate Professor Kari Tammi, Aalto University
What is a digital twin? by Juuso Autiosalo, DigiTwin Project Manager at Aalto University
DT Core – A modular building block for Digital Twin data processing by Miika Valtonen, Senior Solution Architect at Remion
Digital twin loop using RBS Design Automation by Lassi Sutela, CTO at RD Velho
Next steps of Aalto Industrial Internet Campus (AIIC) and introduction to demos by Juuso Autiosalo, DigiTwin Project Manager at Aalto University
11.00-14.00 Demo exhibition & lunch
14.00-15.20 Digital twin presentations continue
Bring your Digital Twin to Life by Ville Pantsar, Director of Digital Processes at IDEAL PLM and Hannu Mäkinen, Business Area Manager, Engineering Simulations at IDEAL PLM
Sensor management platform for Digital Twins by Riku Ala-Laurinaho, Doctoral Candidate at Aalto University
Flow-based AI methods for hoist brake health monitoring by Miika Valtonen, Senior Solution Architect at Remion Oy and Valtteri Peltoranta, Senior Reliability Engineer at Konecranes
Scalability of Digital Twins: Challenges and possibilities for efficient implementation by Matti Lehto, Program Manager of Lifecycle Process at Konecranes
15.20-15.30 Closing words by Tatu Koljonen, Executive in Residence at Aalto University
Welcome to the DigiTwin network event!
Please register by 15 November at the event website:
DigiTwin Demo Day 2