The International Tourism Fair (Fitur) hosted the presentation of “Twintur”, a project for the realization of “Digital Twins”. for intelligent areas and especially for destinations in the Smart Tourist Destinations Network. This was reported to Cointelegraph in Spanish through a statement from Spain.
The first line of action is the development of two “digital twins”. (Digital Twins) for the Lorca (Murcia) and La Safor (Gandía) regions.
The project is carried out by the UCAM Universities and the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV Campus de Gandía), the Tourist Intelligence and Blockchain Factories companies and the Connect Mta Association of the Smart Data Tour Institute SDTI.
Digital twins are a technology for simulating and analyzing industrial processes. They are digital representations of the devices and processes that make up a factory and that are connected to the real system they represent via Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS).
According to him, with live information, the history of operation and maintenance, and the application of machine learning techniques, it is possible to obtain a high-precision model whose behavior is very similar to that of the real system.
As a result, a protected and secure environment for experimentation is created where problems can be identified before they occur, maintenance tasks are planned that avoid unexpected stops, create new more efficient operating scenarios (OEE), new business opportunities and new manufacturing opportunities develop plans or even forecasts for the future. The digital twins can be used for buildings, industry and, as in this case, in smart cities and DTIs.
The Twintur project, which in its first line of action projected the development of two digital twins created with real data from the Lorca and La Safor regions, connects directly to the concept of Smart City, but goes even further. because it tries to connect the technological development of the cities themselves with the needs and services that must be offered to tourists in the 21st century, ”they later added.
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