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Directions for the Development of Digital Twins Applying the Grounded Theory Methods (근거이론을 활용한 디지털 트윈 발전 방향성 제시)

  • Kang, Minshik
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.65-70
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    • 2021
  • This study aims to propose specific directions for developing digital twin contents. This aim is achieved by thorough literature review and applying the grounded theory. Based on customers' need analysis, this study suggests the priorities of contents development of digital twins. As a result, complex workflows and dangerous training contents are adequate to be developed. Moreover, large-scale projects such as nuclear powerplants that are hard to build the mock-ups were considered to be effective. This study provides significant information for not only software developers but also clients who desire to reduce training fees and improve the complex workflows. Since these client companies operate based upon multiple complex workflows, this study encourages stakeholders to make effective decisions. This research needs further analysis of current digital twin technology- possibilities and limitations.

A Study on a Framework for Digital Twin Management System applicable to Smart Factory (스마트 팩토리에 적용 가능한 디지털 트윈 관리시스템 프레임워크에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Dongjin;Choi, Myungsoo;Yang, Dongsik
    • Journal of Convergence for Information Technology
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    • v.10 no.9
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    • pp.1-7
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    • 2020
  • In order to implement a smart factory for manufacturing innovation, more digital twins will be developed and applied gradually. In particular, simulation and optimization of digital twins makes it possible to support critical decision-making like a predictive maintenance of the equipment for manufacturing. In terms of a user perspective, this study suggests the conceptual framework of Digital Twin Management System (DTMS) for supporting the analytical and managerial activities for Digital Twins. We integrate the methods and structure of the area like Manufacturing Engineering, Decision Support Systems, and Optimization for developing the DTMS. The framework suggested in this study shows a typical DSS which consists of dialog management system, model management system and data management system. It also includes Analytical Digital Twins and simulations & optimization module. The framework is being applied in one of the most competitive and complex industrial sector. Also this study is meaningful to suggest a new direction of research.

Personal Information Protection Using Digital Twins in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4차 산업혁명 시대의 디지털트윈을 활용한 개인정보보호)

  • Kim, Yong-Hun
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.279-285
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    • 2020
  • In the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, there are many sensors around. People and things are connected to these sensors to the internet. Numerous connected sensors produce the latest data in seconds, and these data are stacked with big data of unimaginable size. Because personal information can be contained in any place of data produced, device and system protection are needed. Digital twins are virtual models that accurately reflect the status information of physical assets and systems that utilize them. The characteristic of digital twin is that digital twin itself has temporal and structural identity enough to represent the object of reality. In the virtual environment the reproduced reality, it continuously simulates and it virtuals of the point of time or the future, the replica can be created. Therefore, this study cited factors threatening personal information in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. And proposed using digital twin technology that can simulate in real-time to overcome the risk of personal information hacking.

A Study on the Application of Digital Twin Technology for Container Terminals (컨테이너 터미널의 디지털 트윈 기술 적용에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Hoon-Do;Yu, Jang-Ho
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.44 no.6
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    • pp.557-563
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    • 2020
  • Digital Twin Technology is currently being utilized in many industries and logistics seems soon to follow that trend. Currently, technology introduction to container terminals is restrictedly developing. In reviewing the existing literature, it became clear that research on the application of Digital Twin technology for container terminals is deficient. This study fulfilled AHP and IPA analysis causing fields to adjust priority at the container terminal. The result of analysis on the urgent necessity of adjustable fields' detailed elements from Digital Twin Technology, ATC, intelligent CCTV, and container yards, and showed that they were of the highest priority level. Also, VR/AR Equipment, AYT, Smart Container, Automated Container Delivery Facility, Refrigerated/Freezer Container, Wearable Device for Port Maintenance, and Smart Buoy were reviewed in detail. Our group suggests AQC, Berth, AGV, ASC, Apron, and Automated Mooring as potentially useful Digital Twin Technologies. Finally, our research suggests the OSS equipment, intermodal linkage facility, intelligent drone, and hazardous material storage are areas of low priority.

A Case Study on the Construction of 3D Geo-spatial Information for Digital Twin Implementation (디지털 트윈 구현을 위한 3차원 공간정보 구축사례 연구)

  • KIM, Seung-Yub;LEE, Ho-Hyun;CHOI, Eun-Soo;GO, Je-Ung
    • Journal of the Korean Association of Geographic Information Studies
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.146-160
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    • 2020
  • In the 4th industrial revolution, research on solving urban problems using ICT technology is emerging. Representatively, research is being conducted mainly focusing on smart cities. 3D geo-spatial. Various case studies on smart cities are being conducted to solve urban problems, and in order to effectively implement smart cities, it is implemented on the basis of a digital twin interconnecting physical and virtual environments. To implement a digital twin, the concept of space is essential, and spatial information that composes the real world is also essential. Therefore, in order to implement the digital twin, this study conducted a study on the construction and modeling of 3D geo-spatial information based on the national spatial information establishment regulations and the international standard CityGML for buildings, water facilities, and transportation facilities in Jeonju. In Jeonju, the research area, the LOD was defined, and the possibility of digital twin based on geo-spatial information was determined through data collection, analysis, and construction for each detail. In this study, it is meaningful that a plan to construct geo-spatial information for the implementation of a digital twin is presented, and the result of the construction is modeled as an urban standard model. The results of study are expected to be used as reference for detailed construction plans and standard establishment by governments and local governments promoting smart city and digital twin construction in the future.

Analysis of Emerging Geo-technologies and Markets Focusing on Digital Twin and Environmental Monitoring in Response to Digital and Green New Deal (디지털 트윈, 환경 모니터링 등 디지털·그린 뉴딜 정책 관련 지질자원 유망기술·시장 분석)

  • Ahn, Eun-Young;Lee, Jaewook;Bae, Junhee;Kim, Jung-Min
    • Economic and Environmental Geology
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    • v.53 no.5
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    • pp.609-617
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    • 2020
  • After introducing the industry 4.0 policy, Korean government announced 'Digital New Deal' and 'Green New Deal' as 'Korean New Deal' in 2020. We analyzed Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM)'s research projects related to that policy and conducted markets analysis focused on Digital Twin and environmental monitoring technologies. Regarding 'Data Dam' policy, we suggested the digital geo-contents with Augmented Reality (AR) & Virtual Reality (VR) and the public geo-data collection & sharing system. It is necessary to expand and support the smart mining and digital oil fields research for '5th generation mobile communication (5G) and artificial intelligence (AI) convergence into all industries' policy. Korean government is suggesting downtown 3D maps for 'Digital Twin' policy. KIGAM can provide 3D geological maps and Internet of Things (IoT) systems for social overhead capital (SOC) management. 'Green New Deal' proposed developing technologies for green industries including resource circulation, Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), and electric & hydrogen vehicles. KIGAM has carried out related research projects and currently conducts research on domestic energy storage minerals. Oil and gas industries are presented as representative applications of digital twin. Many progress is made in mining automation and digital mapping and Digital Twin Earth (DTE) is a emerging research subject. The emerging research subjects are deeply related to data analysis, simulation, AI, and the IoT, therefore KIGAM should collaborate with sensors and computing software & system companies.

A Design on The Zone Master Platform based on IIoT communication for Smart Factory Digital Twin (스마트 팩토리 디지털 트윈(Digital Twin)을 위한 IIoT 통신 기반 ZMP(Zone Master Platform) 설계)

  • Park, Seon-Hui;Bae, Jong-Hwan
    • Journal of The Korea Internet of Things Society
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.81-87
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    • 2020
  • This paper creates a standard node for acquiring sensor data from various industrial sensors (IoT/non-IoT) for the establishment of Smart Factory Digital Twin, and provides inter-compatible data by linking zones by group/process to secure data stability and to ensure the digital twin (Digital Twin) of Smart Factory. The process of the Zone Master platform contains interface specifications to define sensor objects and how sensor interactions between independent systems are performed and carries out individual policies for unique data exchange rules. The interface for execution control of the Zone Master Platform processor provides system management, declaration management for public-subscribe, object management for registering and communicating status information of sensor objects, ownership management for property ownership sharing, time management for data synchronization, and data distribution management for Route information on data exchange.