Johnson Controls announced it has became a member of the Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) , a business dedicated to continuing development of digital twin technology. The organization’s membership contains technology leaders, such as for example Autodesk, Microsoft, Lendlease, GE Digital, and Northrop Grumman.
Johnson Controls joins a collaborative organization that pools resources in the development of digital twin technology, enabling the group to remain on top of the most recent technological advances and help influence standards for adoption. Digital twin is really a “virtual representation of real-world processes and entities, synchronized at a specific fidelity and frequency. ” The DTC aims to operate a vehicle innovation through consistent design and architecture methods, open-source collaboration, and the establishment of guidelines.
“By signing up for the DTC, Johnson Controls will drive certain requirements for digital twin standards across constructed environments to greatly help align providers and system integrators and will be offering more value to customers who spend money on digital twins,” mentioned Vijay Sankaran, vice president and chief technology officer, Johnson Controls. “We continuously advocate the advantages of the digital twin concept among our customers and partners. Doing this helps Johnson Controls create deep relationships with DTC members, and these connections are anticipated by us to become a huge driver of digital twin innovation.”
“The worthiness of this membership originates from aligning physical and digital products from Johnson Controls, our OpenBlue suite of healthy building technologies namely, with DTC to guarantee the interoperability of our customers’ investments,” stated Jason Pelski, director, digital platforms, Johnson Controls. “Further, the business is creating an extended digital twin ecosystem that serves the as a whole, allowing more traveling and integration partnerships that raise the digital twin worth chain.”
OpenBlue from Johnson Controls is really a complete suite of linked solutions that delivers impactful sustainability, new healthy occupant experiences, and improved security. This consists of a suite of customized, AI-powered service solutions, such as for example remote diagnostics, predictive maintenance, compliance monitoring and superior risk assessments. The type of offerings will be OpenBlue Digital Twin , a maintained service for the mapping and enablement of smart buildings that’s facilitated by the harmonization, linking and analysis of facility data.
“Johnson Controls is really a significant addition to the Digital Twin Consortium because of its dedication to sustainability and healthy building technology. Its leadership and efforts to aid healthy people, healthy places and a wholesome planet produced Johnson Controls a unanimous choice to become listed on our organization,” mentioned Dr. Richard Soley, DTC Executive Director.