USING DIGITAL TWIN TECHNOLOGY FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION: SIMULATING TESTS VIRTUALLY BEFORE IMPLEMENTING SMART CITY PROJECTS

Authors

  • Shaunak Deshpande, Madhavi Damle , Shubham Deshpande

Abstract

Smart City is an evolving concept to increase the operational efficiency of different
services in cities. A major hindrance to the implementation of Smart cities is its complex nature
and numerous other factors. In Digital Twin technology, connecting virtual and physical entities
enables data and monitoring of systems to head off problems before they even occur using
simulation techniques.
The researcher proposes a Digital twin-based simulation approach, virtual trails before
‘Physical Infrastructure’ is executed as a pillar of a Smart city. A comparative analysis of an
existing approach versus simulation proposed approach for effective implementation and benefits
with the quantum of advantages achieved. The simulation scope in implementing smart cities is
focused on micro-level.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Shaunak Deshpande, Madhavi Damle , Shubham Deshpande. (2020). USING DIGITAL TWIN TECHNOLOGY FOR PERFORMANCE EVALUATION: SIMULATING TESTS VIRTUALLY BEFORE IMPLEMENTING SMART CITY PROJECTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 4879 - 4895. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1730