Tuesday 20 June 2023
Time Primary
09:00 Keynote: Digital Twin Evolution and Institutionalization

Presenter: John Vickers, Principal Technologist, Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA

Description: The presentation will examine how the digital twin technology has undergone a remarkable evolution over just the last decade and has reached a stage of ubiquity and institutionalization. Initially conceived as a concept for manufacturing related virtual replicas of physical assets, the digital twin has expanded its scope and capabilities to encompass a wide range of applications across various industries. The evolution of digital twin has led to its institutionalization, with organizations including NASA recognizing its transformative potential. It has become an integral part of many industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, energy, and transportation, offering significant benefits including improved operational efficiency, predictive maintenance, and enhanced decision-making. Competitive advantage, increasing complexity of systems, hyper-collaboration, data availability, and accelerated research and development are further driving the institutionalization of digital twin technology, making it a critical component of the digital transformation journey for organizations worldwide. The presentation will cover the latest advances in manufacturing from NASA and other government agencies relative to digital transformation activities.  
10:00 Break
10:15 The Evolution of Digital Twins in Product Lifecycle Management

Presenter: Dr. Michael Grieves, Executive Director, Digital Twin Institute

11:15 Working Groups and Initiatives Update

Presenter: Dan Isaacs, CTO, Digital Twin Consortium

12:00 Lunch
13:00 Generative AI and Digital Twins

Presenter: Will Thompson, Chief Strategy Officer, Forbes Ignite

13:40 Modelling Dynamics in Industrial Systems Using Computer Vision with Point Cloud

Presenter: Jeff White, CTO, Dell

14:25 Establishing a Global Carbon Reporting Infrastructure

Presenter: Lim Chaisung, IIC Chair of Korea Industry 4.0 Association

14:45 Break
15:00 Working Group Roundtable Breakout Sessions
Wednesday 21 June 2023
Time Primary
09:00 Keynote: Digital Twins for Precision Agriculture - Solving one of Humanities Major Problems

Presenter: Dr. Adam Drobot, Chairman of the Board, Open Tech Works

10:00 Break
10:15 Field to Fork: Food and Beverage Value Chain

Presenter: Ziynet Boz, Assistant Professor, University of Florida

11:00 Panel: Digital Twins in Academia
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Security & Trustworthiness and Interoperability

Presenter: Eric Sivertson, Vice President of Security Business Development, Lattice Semi-Conductors

14:00 Digital Twins & HAZOP - How to Achieve Trustworthiness in Dynamic Systems

Presenter: Michael Pfeifer, Expert for Machine Safety, Tuv Sud

Description: The industry is currently experiencing a further development that will change fundamental aspects to date. For example, market boundary conditions force the process industry to modular production plants or the energy generation to deal with the topic of autonomous power plants. The question that arises everywhere is how to deal with governance and regulatory, since existing static procedures for achieving trustworthiness are not compatible with dynamic systems. Digital Twin opportunities will be discussed in this presentation at the example of HAZOP.
14:30 Day 1 Working Group Roundtable Breakout Sessions Accomplishments
15:00 Break
15:15 Working Group Roundtable Breakout Sessions
Thursday 22 June 2023
Time Primary
08:30 Transforming Critical Infrastructure with Intelligent IIoT: Enhancing Safety and Efficiency through Real- time monitoring and Digital Twins

Presenter: Javier Diaz, CTO, Aingura IIoT

09:00 Digital Twins in the Construction of FIFA World Cup Stadiums

Presenter: Jason Pelski, Director, Digital Business Innovation, Johnson Controls

09:30 Restoration Efforts Through Digital Twins

Presenter: La Sapienza University

10:00 Break
10:15 Digital Twin of the Patient: the Future of Applying Digital Twin Technology to Improve Population Health and Patient Care

Presenter: Jim St Clair, Strategy Consultant, Interoperability Institute

Description: The rise in the use of advanced analytics, machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) today have driven the technology of simulation into the concept of the digital twin. Digital twins are generally defined a virtual digital model of a physical system that is used to make better decisions about the real world physical system. Digital twins are usually intertwined with sensors and include a two-way interaction between the physical and digital twin. This presentation will examine:
1)    The challenges and opportunities for a Patient Digital Twin
2)    Apply DT frameworks to healthcare
3)    Examples of current and future Patient DT developments
11:00 Using Digital Twins to Predict Climactic Events

Presenter: Bruce Leybourne, Founder, Stellar Transformer

11:30 Q3 Planning: Digital Twin Training Workshops and Demos

Presenter: Dan Isaacs, CTO, Digital Twin Consortium

12:00 Lunch
13:00 Event Summary and Wrap-Up