Operation and Maintenance

The latest wave of innovative technology is gradually introducing "digital twinning" as a mass-market application in the manufacturing line. The idea is to link a physical asset, such as a machine, to a digital network. This enables manufacturers to collect informative data from sensors mounted on the asset in order to measure output in real-time.


Transforming Maintenance in Manufacturing

With sensors continually collecting data, machine operators can assess the quality of parts, the state of production loads, and the predicted lifespans of parts. Digital twins make machine operators more efficient by providing the opportunity to identify the right maintenance time while reducing serious machine failure and unnecessary downtime.


Physical Assets in a Web-Based Visual Database

Digitalization has transformed manufacturing processes, resulting in the transition into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0). A smart factory relies on high-performance smart equipment that is driven by the digital twin - a virtual replica of physical processes. Cyber-physical systems are at the heart of decentralized decisions.



CEO of Hapro Electronics AS

CEO of Hapro Electronics AS

After just one month, Moicon got us 5% of monthly cost reduction upon applying their digital twin technology in our business. We are now more efficient because of a bigger control over our facility.

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The digital twins can predict failures before they affect or damage the products. They empower the manufacturers with instant troubleshooting by adjusting the parameters along the production line in the twin.