THE SIMULATION LAB SERIES

SIMLAB#2

A Systems Approach to Structural Digital Twins: Harnessing Data, Sensors, and Robotics

This webinar will go live on:
3rd of June 2020 @ 11am (GMT-5)

Overview

Model based systems engineering (MBSE) is no new concept but harnessing the best practices around integrating high-performance, engineering simulation that unlocks three (3X) times more insights of your most critical assets might be. Akselos’ patented reduced-basis technology offers a means to bring system-level design and feedback of structural and physics-based behaviours 1000x faster than traditional techniques. A truly integrated system.

Whether you are targeting plans for increasing operational efficiency, enhancing facility and asset-level performance, or improving condition-based monitoring programs taking a systemic approach presents many challenges, but not with Akselos. Akselos works with a system methodology at our core from design to deployment, commissioning to de-commissioning of any digital twin.

This webinar will provide an overview of how Akselos uses a system-level approach to incorporate data streams from inspection, sensors, and robotics into a high-fidelity, structural digital twin model to perform near real-time engineering simulation on large complex assets.

What you’ll learn:

  • Akselos RB-FEA technology accelerates traditional structural simulation techniques and integrates disparate systems
  • System-driven and detailed models of unprecedented scale
  • Structural Integrity and Fitness-For-Service Assessment using Akselos
  • Structural Digital Twins enhance predictive capabilities
  • Scalable Options for Automating Structural Digital Twins (e.g. Analysis, Reporting)

A webinar on a new topic will be run each month, please check the Akselos website regularly for updates. You can check our last SIMLAB webinar here.

The format of the webinar will be a 20 minutes company & technology overview followed by a 10 minute product demonstration finishing with a 15 minute Q&A session.

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