Come enjoy breakfast and hear the latest trends on digital twins. Digital twin refers to a real-time digital replica of a physical asset, process or system that can be used for life-cycle management such as product development or predictive maintenance. Availability of IoT data is now radically expanding the capability of digital twins.
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8.30 Opening words by Dean Gary Marquis
8.40 Research ambitions of Aalto Industrial Internet Campus by Professor Martti Mäntylä
8.50 Digital twin of the crane by Petri Asikainen, Director, Core Technology, Konecranes
9.05 Digital twin of a rotor by Professor Petri Kuosmanen and Research Manager Kari Hiekkanen, Aalto University
9.20 Smart Campus by Antti Tuomela, Managing Director, Aalto University Properties Ltd.
9.35 Smart control of energy consumption by Professor Sanna Syri, Aalto University
9.50 Future competence needs in Finnish Technology Industries, Laura Juvonen, Managing Director, Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation
10.00 Metex award for best engineering thesis presented by Jussi Neuvo, on behalf of Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation
The day continues with Mechatronic Circus exhibition during 10-16, where students present baffling smart devices they have built on mechatronics courses. Come and see a dewatering device for nanocellulose, a hospital bed that measures heart functions and a robotic arm that monitors crane condition! These and many more exciting devices built by students can be seen in the exhibition. More information and a list of student demos.