Digital twins can serve as a shadow representation of your assets—be it a building information modeling (BIM) corpus, CAD models of a facility, the equipment instruction manuals, or the interconnect between the systems. Adding sensors to these shadow representations allows for real-time tracking, evaluation, and prediction of facility and asset performance. In this presentation, we will introduce you to our digital twin platform called Autodesk Tandem and its new API. Following that, we will guide you through the process of developing your first digital twin, using the Autodesk Tandem APIs. By the end of the session, you'll know how to make your own digital twin and integrate the Autodesk Tandem API with your own systems and data. We'll wrap up with examples of more-advanced real-world use-cases that involve IoT sensors and time-series databases.
- Learn about Autodesk Tandem and its digital twin platform.
- Learn how to create a digital twin through a step-by-step guide.
- Discover the differences between Autodesk Tandem Viewer and Autodesk Platform Services Viewer SDK.
- Explore real-world use cases of Autodesk Tandem and the Autodesk Tandem road map.