Digital twins are a vital tool that allow teams to visualize not just how things work, but how they will perform and react in the future. They can help transform data into decisions and drive new innovations.
How are Industries Using Digital Twins?
Airline manufacturers use digital twins to test different components. Automotive companies create virtual vehicles for performance and crash testing at minimal cost. Cities are simulating traffic patterns. And medical research is trying out new techniques on virtual organs.
But to take advantage of this ever-evolving technology, you need the right toolset to build, process, and envision your simulated world. Because digital twins require teams to manage massive assets, adapt to real-time data, and track numerous iterations.
Want to Leverage Digital Twins for Your Industry?
Join Perforce experts Michael Munsey (Vice President Marketing & Strategy) and Robert Cowham (Principal Consultant) to learn how to:
- Transform your tool stack to build digital twins.
- Integrate real-world data with your virtual world.
- Leverage game technology for rapid results.
- Build the future of technology.
Vice President Marketing,
Business Development & Strategy | Methodics by Perforce
Michael Munsey has over 30 years experience in Engineering Design Automation, Semiconductor and Enterprise Software Companies. Prior to joining Methodics, Michael was Senior Director of Strategy and Product Marketing for semiconductors, software life cycle management, and IoT at Dassault Systemes. Along with strategic initiatives, he was responsible for business development, partnerships, and cross-industry initiatives such as automotive electronics, and M&A activity.
Senior Consultant | Perforce
Robert is a Senior Consultant for Perforce in Europe. He started his career in software development projects performing many different roles from programming to project management. His interest in software configuration management and the process side of software development lead him to Perforce. He has been involved in industry bodies, for example spending several years as Chair of the Configuration Management Specialist Group of the British Computer Society, and frequently publishes articles and presents at conferences.