Making the Digital Twin Work for Mission Critical Electronics
Digital Twin has become a commonly used phrase in the context of products, processes, businesses, and more. It was first introduced in 2003 by Dr Michael Grieves, but the term was first defined in the NASA Modelling, Simulation, Information Technology & Processing Roadmap in 2010 (revised in 2012). Thus, the concept primarily evolved in the context of aerospace and manufacturing applications and was later embraced by many other industries such as healthcare. Among the newer technologies, it currently lies on the peak of the expectation curve according to a report by Gartner in 2018.