Digital Twin modelling with RAMI 4.0 for smart sensors

18 August 2021
Date & Time
18 August 2021
9:00 am
Online event


Digital Twins are one of the main technolgies to successfully implement Industry 4.0 scenarios in companies. However, companies do not exploit the potential yet and miss opportunities to improve production and managment. The Interreg project Digital Twin Academy aims to connect people in the Euregio region to form a Digital Twin community and to explore Digital Twin projects. Moreover, different training options are offered throughout the project duration.

Data collection and asset communication are two important aspects of Digital Twin applications which are tackled in this workshop. By participating, you will

  • Get to know different application fields for Digital Twins;
  • Understand how to use the reference architecture model Industry 4.0 (RAMI 4.0) to design Digital Twin applications;
  • Apply RAMI 4.0 on smart sensor applications;
  • Create your own cloud application to collect, process, and evaluate sensor data;
  • Create flexible graphs with your sensor data.

The online workshop is offered for free in the course of the Interreg Project Digital Twin Academy by the Institute for Applied Automation and Mechatronics (IAAM) at FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences. During the workshop, theoretical parts alternate with group work on practical tasks. No previous knowledge is required; participants receive a certificate at the end of the workshop.

Technical requirements: PC with microphone and installed VMware Workstation Player 16.

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The Digital Twin Academy project is being carried out within the context of Interreg V-A Euregio MeuseRhine, and from the European Regional Development Fund.


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