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Flutura Launches Cerebra Digital Twin 2.0

Flutura Redefines the Way in Which Combining the Machine Design and the Operating Context

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Flutura Decision Sciences and Analytics, an industrial artificial intelligence (AI) product company focused on impacting business outcomes in the oil and gas, specialty chemicals and OEM industries, today announced  the launch of Cerebra Digital Twin 2.0 – Self Serviceable Digital Twin creation tool for Industrial engineers.

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According to Abdulmotaleb El Saddik, Distinguished Professor at the University of Ottawa, “A digital twin is a digital replica of a living or non-living physical entity. By bridging the physical and the virtual world, data is transmitted seamlessly allowing the virtual entity to exist simultaneously with the physical entity.”

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Flutura introduces a simplified 6-step work flow driven approach for creating digital twin of any industrial equipment. The steps invloved are:

  1. Defining the equipment structure
  2. Defining the key attributes
  3. Defining manufacturer and models
  4. Configuring operating unit
  5. Configuring diagnostic tests
  6. Connecting Machine/ Equipment data

Cerebra digital twin module is robust, comprehensive and is proven successful in the market which is easy to model and self serviceable.

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