The market for using a Digital Twin to assist in decision making is set to grow exponentially in the coming years. Digital Twins enable organizations to understand the impact and consequences of decision-making before any change is applied in the physical environment. This risk-free decision-making has been almost impossible before now. As technology advances, the application for the Digital Twin is moving from an engineering perspective, to buildings, smart cities, and now the organization itself.
Neil Calvert, LINQ CEO said “Being accepted into the Digital Twin Consortium as a groundbreaker member is a significant opportunity for LINQ. Being based in New Zealand can be challenging when you have a solution which is of global relevance. The work that the consortium is doing to represent the technology and the value it can offer is very timely. We look forward to contributing to the group and offering our unique perspective of how Digital Twins can be applied to Organizations to help them adapt to the changing environments they are operating in.”
“LINQ is a welcome addition to Digital Twin Consortium,” said Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Digital Twin Consortium. “We are looking forward to the insights they will share with other members based on their knowledge and experience with digital twin software modelling of organizations.”
LINQ is the worlds first SaaS platform enabling an organization to model their Digital Twin to enable risk-free change and transformation. LINQ helps business leaders and their advisors who are loosing sleep over the stress of authorizing change they don’t understand, gain the knowledge needed to make evidence-based decisions faster than ever before and save millions of dollars and thousands of hours of effort.
Digital Twin Consortium is The Authority in Digital Twin. It coalesces industry, government and academia to drive consistency in vocabulary, architecture, security and interoperability of digital twin technology. It advances the use of digital twin technology in many industries from aerospace to natural resources. Digital Twin Consortium is a program of Object Management Group.