New York- (Business Wire)–Capgemini A new research collaboration announced today Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Institute of Technology).Capgemini will partner with the university to develop cutting-edge technologies to expand its smart industrial portfolio1 Serving customers all over the world. The program will prioritize the creation of assets and services that can be simulated through virtual representations to simulate the complexity of the enterprise, designing scenarios for decision making, evaluating performance and prioritizing optimization.
Capgemini and Georgia Tech will collaborate to develop digital twins to define and design the future of engineering and research and development (R&D) processes within the enterprise.
A digital twin will model and simulate an enterprise’s complex ecosystem, including models of its employees and roles, business processes, tools, and resources. It will serve as a platform to demonstrate the impact of modifications, quantify performance and identify opportunities for enterprise improvement. It will use artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to address key challenges of how technology can help solve smarter industries in society.
“We are pleased to partner with Capgemini Engineeringsaid Dr. Dimitri Mavris, director of the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) in Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering. “As a research entity specializing in system design, architecture and optimization, ASDL has in recent years focused on developing digital twins for various applications, with the end result being improved processes and increased system efficiency.This program will give our researchers the opportunity to advance our work on creating digital twins for businesses, with many potential benefits for organizations”
Nicolas Croue, CTO and Head of Digital Continuity, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) at Capgemini Engineering, will work alongside a team of engineers specializing in data science, alongside a dedicated research team led by Dr. Maflies.
“The ability to digitally simulate the complex systems of an enterprise is critical to solving organizational problems. The technology will enable businesses to outline different decision-making scenarios, assess performance and prioritize for optimization; areas that are critical to success,” William Roser said, CEO of Capgemini Engineering and member of the Group Executive Board“We are excited to launch a new collaborative program with Georgia Tech to address this important challenge within the context of smart industry and continue to invest in our research program strategy.”
Capgemini is the world’s leading partner to enterprises transforming and managing their businesses by harnessing the power of technology. The Group is guided every day by its purpose of unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. It is a responsible and diverse organization with more than 350,000 team members in more than 50 countries. With its 55-year heritage and deep industry expertise, clients trust Capgemini to meet their entire business needs, from strategy and design to operations, in the rapidly evolving and innovative world of cloud, data, artificial intelligence, connectivity, Software, digital engineering and platforms. The group reported global revenues of 18 billion euros in 2021 (approximately $21 billion at average 2021 exchange rates).
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1 “Smart Industry” is the new era of digital transformation: characterized by the increasing convergence of the physical and virtual worlds – products, software, data and services – across all industries; cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) The rapid development of technologies such as , edge computing and 5G is driving this trend.