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.

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. Join Perforce experts Michael Munsey and Robert Cowham 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.

Ready to Start Building Digital Twins?

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Robert Cowham

Robert Cowham

Principal Consultant, Perforce

Robert is a Principal Consultant at Perforce. He has long specialized in Configuration Management and improving software development practices across enterprises. He is an expert on DevOps and is on the committee (formerly Chair) of the British Computer Society Specialist Group for Change, Configuration and Release Management. In his spare time he runs a dojo in the Japanese martial art of Aikido.

Michael Munsey

Michael Munsey

Vice President Marketing, Corporate Strategy and Business Development, Methodics IPLM by Perforce

Michael Munsey has over 25 years experience in engineering design automation and semiconductor companies. Prior to joining Perforce, Michael was Senior Director of Strategy and Product Marketing for semiconductors, software lifecycle 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. Michael began his career with IBM as an ASIC designer before making the move over to EDA where he has held various senior and executive-level positions in marketing, sales, and business development. He was a member of the founding teams for Sente and Silicon Dimensions, and also worked for established companies including Cadence, VIEWLogic, and Tanner EDA. Michael received his BSEE from Tufts University.