Grid operators turn to digital twins to better leverage their asset management strategies as they face energy transition challenges. Using digital twins, utilities can maximize business performance and stakeholder value.
Gartner predicts that by 2023, up to 95 percent of companies will have failed to implement resilient planning for their supply chains. See why future-proofed supply chains rely on digital twins to connect design, strategy, and execution for greater resiliency.
Michel Morvan decrypts the convergence of artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT) and simulation, and explains why Simulation Digital Twins will help industry capitalize in an era of uncertainty.
Up to 15% of the power that enters distribution systems never reaches its destination. New loads on distribution systems increase losses and accelerate network ageing. Discover how digital twin technology allows to reduce losses at the lowest capital cost.
Building in resiliency to the modern supply chain is required in today’s volatile and uncertain market environment. Gartner’s Innovation Insight for Resilient Planning report looks at the paradigm shift towards resilient planning and why.
Building for supply chain resilience gives automotive manufacturers the ability to recover quickly from unexpected disruptions. Gartner research points to five key factors fueling the shift to resilient supply chain planning.
Finding the right digital twin and production planning software for your company isn’t an easy process. That’s why we put together this guide to help you easily identify the best digital twin for your company.
Companies are seeking to make data/driven decisions that allow them to align with their customers' expectations. However, trends in historical data cannot accurately predict the future. So what are companies doing to generate return on data and find their forward with an event that has never previously occurred?
As manufacturers move through post-COVID-19 recovery, Cosmo Tech’s Simulation Digital Twins will be all important in getting things back on track. As manufacturers find their forward, the simulations and optimizations that this software offers will drive productivity, improve efficiency, and ensure that companies adopt robust and resilient plans as they move towards 2021.
Today, simulation is entering an operational sphere. Corporations from diverse industries are embracing simulation to achieve levels of optimization in their daily operations. What are the reasons for incorporating this system into manufacturing processes in the post-COVID-19 era?
How to keep maximizing productivity and minimize costs, while your supply chain and demand is up in the air? Using Simulation Digital Twin you will be able to explore your business like never before and build a more resilient supply chain.
Maintenance and renewal scenarios are tested on the twin to compare what happens according to different investment plans and risk mitigation initiatives. Thanks to our Simulation Digital Twin, Renault was able on this use case scope to develop a robust strategy to significantly reduce CAPEX.
Hear from Cosmo Tech's Co-Founder, Hugues de Bantel, about how manufacturers will be able to optimize strategy and operations concurrently by simulating different scenarios, assessing risk levels, and testing alternatives against each other.
When faced with a transformative technology like a Simulation Digital Twin, experts find themselves in uncertain territory. Questions surrounding the complexity, data requirements and ROI associated with digital twins abound – but what is the truth about this innovative technology?
Optimization has become an integral part of a successful digital transformation. In this post, you’ll
learn why it’s even more important now than ever for industrial companies to restart their operations.
This is a guest post by James Varley. You can find the original article in the January 2020 edition of The Energy Industry Times. Nexans, in partnership with start-up Cosmo Tech, is offering a new network asset management service, using the “digital twin” concept....
Our ‘Ask Us Anything’ breakfasts are a cornerstone of our communication with the Cosmo Tech team – the Cosmonauts – and the best way for us to continue the water-cooler chats that helped drive innovation, productivity, and discussion when we were first getting started.
For a startup technology company, breaking too many things might just be your ticket to nowhere fast. You want to develop a reputation for building quality, not a reputation for building things that might be good if only someone would debug them.