Digital twinning - how can it help aerospace?

What does the digital twin have to offer aerospace manufacturers and their customers? Mark Broadbent finds out

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Using the ‘digital thread’ has helped to speed up the design and test of concept models for Tempest
BAE Systems

Fed by data from across an organisation’s systems, the digital twin is a precision virtual replica of a physical object or process. It runs directly alongside and in constant sync with a live ‘real’ system to monitor data.

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