Digital twinning spans a spectrum of use cases from geneticàwhole body simulation to hospital -wide systems-based modeling. Digital twins are used to simulate, analyze, and predict behaviors of the twinned variable. Command Stations act as central hubs for data and allow data to be distributed when and where it is most needed. What will the interaction between digital twins and command stations look like? In this session, we will explore this theme to understand the potential pros and cons of aligning these technologies.
G. Hamilton Baker
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Public Health, Director, Clemson-MUSC AI Hub
Digital Twins and Command Stations - Whether the Twain Shall Meet?
September 23, 2023 | 02:30 PM (PST) - 03:30 PM (PST)