In the life sciences industries, the digital twin is proven and accepted for offline testing of the control system in design/implement/test activities, software and factory integration and the system acceptance testing phases of installation qualification and operational qualification. In addition, a digital twin can be used to provide more effective competency assessment and procedure development.
The life sciences industry has typically viewed simulation as discretionary. Simulation and the digital twin brings value to the industry in these five areas:
Ronnie Bains, Director of Process Simulation for Europe, discusses new features requested by users in pharma as well as how he thinks modeling and simulation systems will adapt to meet the industry's needs. Read more here.
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