Welcome to DigiTwin Demo Day 2, where we present research results from the project.
In the DigiTwin project, we developed digital twin into a concrete concept that can be used to boost businesses. The project partners include Ideal PLM, Konecranes, RD Velho, Remion, Siemens and is led by Aalto University. The project is funded by Business Finland.
In the presentations, you will hear about the research results, including the definition of a digital twin, how to build and compare digital twins, how to apply artificial intelligence to crane condition monitoring, and what are the challenges and possibilities for scaling up digital twins.
Demos showcase different digital twin related applications. You will also have a chance to discuss more about digital twins at company stands.
Venue for presentations: Aalto University, Industrial Engineering Building (TUAS), seminar room TU2, Maarintie 8, 02150 Espoo
9.00-9.30 Morning coffee & registration at the lobby of Maarintie 8
9.30-9.40 Opening speech by Gary Marquis, Dean, School of Engineering at Aalto University
9.40-11.00 DigiTwin presentations
- DigiTwin project overview by Professor Kari Tammi, Aalto University
- What is a digital twin? by Juuso Autiosalo, DigiTwin Project Manager at Aalto University
- DT Core – A modular building block for Digital Twin data processing by Miika Valtonen, Senior Solution Architect at Remion
- Digital twin loop using RBS Design Automation by Lassi Sutela, CTO at RD Velho
- Next steps of Aalto Industrial Internet Campus (AIIC) and introduction to demos by Juuso Autiosalo, DigiTwin Project Manager at Aalto University
11.00-14.00 Demo exhibition & lunch at Aalto Industrial Internet Campus, Puumiehenkuja 5 E
Some demos will have scheduled presentations. You can follow the schedule or tour around the demos at your own pace. List of demos after the afternoon presentations. Lunch is served the whole time 11-14.
14.00-15.20 Digital twin presentations continue at TU2, Maarintie 8
Bring your Digital Twin to Life by Ville Pantsar, Director of Digital Processes at IDEAL PLM and Hannu Mäkinen, Business Area Manager, Engineering Simulations at IDEAL PLM
Sensor management platform for Digital Twins by Riku Ala-Laurinaho, Doctoral Candidate at Aalto University
Flow-based AI methods for hoist brake health monitoring by Miika Valtonen, Senior Solution Architect at Remion Oy and Valtteri Peltoranta, Senior Reliability Engineer at Konecranes
Scalability of Digital Twins: Challenges and possibilities for efficient implementation by Matti Lehto, Program Manager of Lifecycle Process at Konecranes
15.20-15.30 Closing words by Tatu Koljonen, Executive in Residence at Aalto University
15.30-17.30 unofficial afterwork at Fat Lizard restaurant
Demos and company stands include: (updated 19.11.2019)
You can visit the demos at any time during the exhibition hours of 11-14, but we also have scheduled presentations for them (time mentioned after each demo).
- Digital twin of a rotor system, ARotor laboratory at Aalto University, at 11.15
- Smart mobility, Aalto University, at 11.30
- Closed loop digital twin, enabling virtual commissioning and predictive engineering, IDEAL PLM & Siemens Osakeyhtiö, at 11.40
- Plant engineering digital twin, Outotec, at 12.00
- Model-based operational digital twin, VTT, at 12.10
- Secure calibration and metrology data transfers, SmartCom at Aalto University, at 12.40
- GraphQL interface for Ilmatar crane, Aalto University, at 12.50
- Sensor management system for data collection, Aalto University, at 13.00
- Simulation model and virtual shadow of an overhead crane, Visual Components, at 13.10
- Crane usage analysis using Flow-based AI, Remion, at 13.20
- RBS Design automation, digital twin solution, RD Velho, at 13.30
- Innovating with students, Konecranes
- Physics-based digital twin, Mevea
- 3D modelling capabilities required for 3D content generation, Reality Animation Oy
- Large scale IoT solutions & services, Hypercell
We invite demos also outside of the project partners. If you have a solutions or research on digital twins that you'd like to present, please, indicate that in the registration form.
Live stream is available from the presentations at 9.30-11 and 14-15.30. You can find the link to the web stream here. The stream will be saved and made available after the event.
Please register here by 12.00 on Monday 18th November so that we can order food for you.
Contact: DigiTwin project manager Juuso Autiosalo
Visit the project website