Creating digital twins of component, systems and platforms and using these to precisely monitor real-world assets and generate predictive maintenance requirements has the potential to increase availability greatly. Current maintenance schedules can fail to notice unexpected or anomalistic requirements, and can take perfectly functional assets out of inventory for routine but unrequired maintenance.
A Digital Twin Approach to Predictive Maintenance shows to make efficiencies and increase effectiveness at a time of heightened Great Power competition and constrained budgets. The two-fold benefit of enhanced readiness and reduced through-life expenditure should be embraced.
Digital Twins are a broad category and this seminar looks at the specific use case in future vertical lift (FVL) – and how digital twins can help meet Maintenance Free Operating Period (MFOP) requirements and ensure soldier readiness.
With panelists representing the military perspective, OEMs, and the digital infrastructure the discussion aims to address what digital twins can do for you. We will cover their role in a value-based acquisition strategy, and how they can make the task of maintainers easier. Digital twins are not the goal, predictive maintenance is.