The Digital Twin in The Industry 4.0 Revolution: Challenges in Model Integration, Simulations & Data Analysis
April 18, 2021 9:00-17:30 (Israel Time)
The role of digital twin in industry and systems is expanding – the development of monitoring, diagnostics and prognostic capabilities are a cornerstone in control, efficiency and the implementation of predictive maintenance. Sign up to the conference to learn about the most important revolution of our time!
About The Conference
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (or Industry 4.0) is the continuous automation of traditional manufacturing and industrial practices, using modern smart technology. Large-scale machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and the Internet of Things (IoT) are combined for increased automation, improved communication and self-monitoring, and the production of smart machines that can analyze and diagnose problems without the need for human intervention.
The concept of digital twins is based on a combination of physical models that describe the machine’s behavior and its deterioration processes over time with analytics capabilities that enable lessons to be learned, decision making and model improvement. The physical models can include the control model, the load model, the erosion model, the crack development model and more while the analytics model which is based on experimental data and operational data from the field.
The purpose of the conference is to discuss the applications and challenges of the Digital Twin as part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) and related fields such as PHM and SHM. The conference will address aspects of technology, systems vision and analytics that are closely integrated into digital twins.
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The members of the organizing committee selected fascinating professional lectures by world-renowned experts to be presented during the conference. In addition, you will be able to visit dedicated rooms for presentations and personal meetings with industry experts (you can join these rooms using the “Breakout Rooms” option in Zoom).
|Eng. Ehud Noff
|Opening Remarks on behalf of the Association of Engineers
Photonics Israel Chairman
|Opening Remarks on behalf of the R&D Forum
|Prof. Ron Kenett
Data Science Society Chairman at AEAI
|Keynote >> The Digital Twin in The Industry 4.0 Revolution: Challenges in Model Integration, Simulations & Data Analysis
Israeli Ministry of Energy
|The digital twin in the modern age and related technologies
|NC 4.0, a pillar of Quality 4.0 applicability: prioritizing nonconformities events
|Arq. Batel Yossef Ravid & Dr. Meirav Aharon Gutman
Technion – Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning
|Civic Digital Twin
Technion – Center for Smart Technologies in the Faculty of Computer Science
|Assimilation of “digital twins” in traditional industry with the help of computer science students
|Beyond the cloud: virtual reality, the digital twin, artificial intelligence and quantum computing
|Expert Rooms – Breakout Sessions
|Free entry of participants to discussion rooms with industry experts
|Leveraging MATLAB & Simulink for Digital Twins
|Dr. Itai Dattner
University of Haifa – Department of Statistics and Center for Data Science
|Learning Dynamical Systems: Optimal Integration of Mathematical Models with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
IAI – Israel Aerospace Industries
|IAI insight on Digital Twin – the way to implementation
IAI – Israel Aerospace Industries
|Digital Twins – What May Seem Virtual Today is Tommorrow’s Reality
|Afternoon Session 1
|Isi Matalon (Greece)
|How digital twin technology can drive better design and higher operational efficiency
|Francisco Chinesta (France)
Arts et Métiers Institute of Technology
|Physics-based and data-driven hybrid modeling: when data enrich models and models render data smarter
|Dr. Moritz von Stosch (Switzerland)
|Lessons from the development of Digital Twins of biopharmaceutical processes
|Afternoon Session 2
|Nathan Wycoff (USA)
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
|Learning and Deploying Active Subspaces on Black Box Simulators
|Vahab Najari (USA)
|How the ProcessMiner Artificial Intelligence Platform Achieved Unprecedented Autonomous Chemistry Control for Tissue Mill
Dr. Soumya Banerjee (France)
|The Era of Digital Twins & Machine Learning – Analytics: Will it be “A Tale of Two Cities” with Industry 4.0?
|Prof. Jacob Bortman (Israel)
|Open Q&A Disicussion
Participation in the conference is free of charge but requires registration, registrants will receive an email with a link to participate from Zoom.
The link will be sent from: “Liz AEAI Webinar” (it is important to make sure that your registration is done from the email address on which your Zoom account is set).
Join the free workshop after the conference!
(Workshop Conducted in Hebrew)
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