Prorail uses a digital twin of the railroad tracks to monitor the performance of rail switches in real time and to display the track and the surrounding space at a glance in the event of an incident. Jelle van Luipen will tell about the implementation process and the benefits.
Jonathan Citrin leads a computational physics research group at the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (Differ). His focus is on plasma simulation for fusion energy. The digital model his group build is a billion times faster than direct numerical simulation.
ASMI Alsi took a model-based approach to the real-time monitoring of a generic motion stage of a semicon machine. The resulting infrastructure makes sure the digital twin of its machines reacts as realistic as possible. Dragan Kostic will go into the details.