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What You Need to Know About Digital Twin for Asset Integrity

Sept. 26, 2022
What exactly is a digital twin – and how does it apply to asset integrity management (AIM)? How do they work in actual applications? What have been the results for companies who have implemented digital twin?

Digital twins are quickly becoming industry standard as part of a complete asset integrity management program. In application for the mechanical integrity of chemical assets, digital twins make it possible to visualize the live conditions of assets from a mobile device or desktop, viewing the same live information and in the same context as if you were on the physical site.

For mechanical integrity, the value is access to information and the ability to visualize and contextualize enormous amounts of data in one 3D model of the asset, creating the opportunity to glean actionable intelligence. They serve as a critical component to digital transformation that, if approached in a scalable and practical manner for implementation, can create significant value for process plant operations.

What exactly is a digital twin – and how does it apply to asset integrity management (AIM)? How do they work in actual applications? What have been the results for companies who have implemented digital twin – and what considerations should an operator factor in prior to implementation? This white paper will examine the benefits, challenges, and best practices for implementation of this technology.

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