Norwegian-based Digital Twin Platform, Moicon©, Becomes Member of the Digital Twin Consortium
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17 Aug 21

Norwegian-based Digital Twin Platform, Moicon©, Becomes Member of the Digital Twin Consortium

Moicon©, a web-based Digital Twin solution based out of Norway with tailored features and domain expertise in the manufacturing industry, has become a member of the Digital Twin Consortium®

Engineered by Manufacturers for Manufacturers

Moicon© is a digital twin platform engineered by manufacturers for manufacturers. Their next-generation, web-based, Digital Twin solution powers manufacturing operations through layout planning and factory management. Moicon© was created on the basis that manufacturers needed a customized platform with low-entry costs to enter the world of digitalization. It was established as a tool to gather essential data while also applying a simplified and interactive interface using gamification concepts. In addition to being an innovator of the industry, Moicon© is a trusted partner of Autodesk Forge Certified Systems Integrators and works closely with Autodesk experts to provide customers with reliable support resources and help businesses build web-based Digital Twin solutions.

The newly established membership with the Digital Twin Consortium® emphasizes the importance of the company’s dedication to becoming an active member of the network and its involvement to continue innovation and adhere to regulations and best practices within the Digital Twin industry. Moicon© is thrilled to be a member of the Digital Twin Consortium and to be a part of this revolutionary industry and age of digitalization.

“We welcome Moicon to Digital Twin Consortium. Our members will find their expertise in digital twins and manufacturing will be valuable as we work to advance the use of digital twins in the industry.”

Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Digital Twin Consortium.

About Moicon

Moicon Digital Twin Software

Moicon Digital Twin Software

Moicon was founded in 2017 by a group of manufacturers who personally experienced the need for a modernized way of displaying data in easy-to-ready interfaces with functional features designed specifically for the industry. The company was established on the premise of creating a digital twin solution designed for small to medium sized businesses within the manufacturing industry. Moicon© is a web-based digital twin platform meant to empower a new era of creativity and digitalization for manufacturers and building owners. A simplified interface and implementation of gamification concepts allow anyone to upload 3D models of their factories, buildings, and facilities for immersive and interactive use. Moicon© consists of a global team with employees working from the headquarters in Kapp, Norway to other locations around the world including Switzerland, Poland, Germany, and the USA.

About Digital Twin Consortium

Digital Twin Consortium

Digital Twin Consortium

The Digital Twin Consortium is a global ecosystem that drives the adoption, use, interoperability, and development of digital twin technology. The ecosystem propels the innovation of digital twin technology through consistent approaches and open-source development and is committed to accelerating the market and guiding outcomes for users.

Digital Twin Consortium® is The Authority in Digital Twin. It coalesces industry, government, and academia to drive consistency in vocabulary, architecture, security, and interoperability of digital twin technology. It advances the use of digital twin technology from aerospace to natural resources. Digital Twin Consortium is open to any business, organization, or entity with an interest in digital twins. Our global membership is committed to using digital twins throughout their operations and supply chains and capturing best practices and standards requirements for themselves and their clients.

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