2022
DOI: 10.3390/rs14061335
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Digital Twin Technology Challenges and Applications: A Comprehensive Review

Abstract: A digital twin is a virtual representation of a physical object or process capable of collecting information from the real environment to represent, validate and simulate the physical twin’s present and future behavior. It is a key enabler of data-driven decision making, complex systems monitoring, product validation and simulation and object lifecycle management. As an emergent technology, its widespread implementation is increasing in several domains such as industrial, automotive, medicine, smart cities, et… Show more

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“…In Singapore, this monitoring enabled the introduction of one of the first dynamic pricing systems, which consists of making drivers paying in proportion to the desirability and, more importantly, the congestion levels of thoroughfares [39]. This new capacity of cities to detect, measure, and record what is happening within them is truly unprecedented in their history [33,39,40] and yet requires new infrastructure to manage the sheer complexity [54,55]. In the words of [56]: "If aerial photography revealed the skeletal structure of the city during the nineteenth century, the revolution brought about by contemporary ICTs is likely to reveal its circulatory and nervous systems-as it reveals the "real-time city".…”
Section: Smart Citymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In Singapore, this monitoring enabled the introduction of one of the first dynamic pricing systems, which consists of making drivers paying in proportion to the desirability and, more importantly, the congestion levels of thoroughfares [39]. This new capacity of cities to detect, measure, and record what is happening within them is truly unprecedented in their history [33,39,40] and yet requires new infrastructure to manage the sheer complexity [54,55]. In the words of [56]: "If aerial photography revealed the skeletal structure of the city during the nineteenth century, the revolution brought about by contemporary ICTs is likely to reveal its circulatory and nervous systems-as it reveals the "real-time city".…”
Section: Smart Citymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As DTs grow in size from factories and cities [129] to the globe [130], remote sensing with drones and satellites plays an increasingly important role to keep DT representations up to date but also offer an opportunity for interactions with the city through interactive mobile display technology [61]. For a full review on current DT applications, we refer to [54]. Here, we will elaborate the definitions of DTs to form a common basis from where we can develop the concept of FTs.…”
Section: The Digital Twinmentioning
confidence: 99%
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