Industrial DevOps: The Benefits of Using AI-Enabled Digital Twins to Learn Faster

In a time where digital transformation dictates market leadership, Industrial DevOps leverages digital twins to provides the ability to optimize the design, develop, deliver, and maintain cyber-physical systems. Digital Twins provide real-time data and advanced analytics to improve decision-making, streamline operations, and create simulation environments to test changes before releasing to the physical instance. Digital twins stand at the forefront of innovation, offering executive leaders with a unique opportunity to redefine the efficiency, resilience, and competitiveness of their organizations. We demonstrate how digital twins are used from design to manufacturing to enable agility and speed of value delivery to the customer. We include of highlights where these capabilities are being applied across industry and academia. Participants receive recommendations for getting started and questions for their team to answer as they shape your organization’s technology roadmap.

Topics include:

  • Challenges and benefits of digital twins
  • Digital twin of the cyber-physical system and digital twin of the factory that builds the system.
  • Relationship of digital twins and DevOps for software
  • Application across industry and academia
  • Recommendations for getting started.

About our Speakers:

Suzette Johnson

Dr. Suzette Johnson

Fellow, Northrop Grumman

Suzette has led the adoption of Lean Agile across the enterprise and supported over 100 projects and government programs. Her focus is applying Lean and Agile practices to the development of cyber-physical systems within the space domain.

Robin Yeman

Robin Yeman

Space Domain Lead, Carnegie Mellon SEI

Robin’s expertise span over twenty-five years in software engineering with focus on Digital Engineering, DevSecOps, and Agile building large complex solutions across multiple domains from submarines to satellites. She advocates for continuous learning with multiple certifications including SAFe Fellow, SPCT, PMP, PMI-ACP, and CSEP. She has completed her Systems Engineering PhD at Colorado State researching best practices to deliver complex safety-critical solutions.

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