Digital Twinning for Smart Industry

  title={Digital Twinning for Smart Industry},
  author={Sławomir Luściński},
The Smart Industry is driven by the intensive use of information and communication technologies in the automation of manufacturing, supply chain management and new product development. This paper aims to present insights and enterprise perspective view on Digital Twins emerging technology which is considered as one of the most critical in the digital transformation of the industry. The concept of Digital Twin Shop-floor is used to investigate to which extent existing IT technologies can be used… 

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