Embedded Insiders

Defining Digital Twins

July 09, 2020 Embedded Computing Design Season 3 Episode 9
Embedded Insiders
Defining Digital Twins
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Embedded Insiders
Defining Digital Twins
Jul 09, 2020 Season 3 Episode 9
Embedded Computing Design

In this edition of the embedded insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss how digital twins that reflect physical IoT systems can not only record the status of real-world devices, but simulate how the device could react under certain conditions in the future. And, how these twins can also potentially be used to help inform future designs.

Later, the insiders are joined by Brady Benware, VP and general manager of the Tessent portfolio at Mentor, a Siemens business. The company recently acquired UltraSoC, who focuses on on-chip analytics, among other things, perhaps allowing Siemens to address the concept of digital twins all the way down to the chip level. After, Jean Labrosse is back with “things that annoy a veteran software engineer” where he explains why the inconsistent use of acronyms and abbreviations bothers him.

Show Notes

In this edition of the embedded insiders, Brandon and Rich discuss how digital twins that reflect physical IoT systems can not only record the status of real-world devices, but simulate how the device could react under certain conditions in the future. And, how these twins can also potentially be used to help inform future designs.

Later, the insiders are joined by Brady Benware, VP and general manager of the Tessent portfolio at Mentor, a Siemens business. The company recently acquired UltraSoC, who focuses on on-chip analytics, among other things, perhaps allowing Siemens to address the concept of digital twins all the way down to the chip level. After, Jean Labrosse is back with “things that annoy a veteran software engineer” where he explains why the inconsistent use of acronyms and abbreviations bothers him.