Getting started with your Digital Twin

The Digital Twin represents a global view of all assets of the corporation, from countries to factories, to assembly lines, to machines, to equipment, and to individual data points.

Date: October 30, 2019 | Wizata platform version 3.10.6

The Digital Twin (accessible through the ‘Digital Twin > Chart’ menu) represents a global view of all assets of the corporation, from countries to factories, to assembly lines, to machines, to equipment, and to individual data points.

You can build a meaningful representation of processes, digitizing only what is needed to solve your business issues, through an intuitive drag & drop interface.

How to start:

1. Types of items that can be used to compose your Digital Twin

Your Digital Twin can be composed using 4 types of customizable items: area, machine, equipment and data point.

Read the knowledge base article.

2. Adding and deleting items to your Digital Twin

You can add and delete items (area, machine, equipment and data point) to your Digital Twin visually in your the Digital Twin.

Read the knowledge base article.

3. Configuring the relationship between items of the Digital Twin

Items can be connected either via a parent-child relationship (such as a data point in an oven) or via an in-line relationship (two ovens along a conveyor belt).

Read the knowledge base article.

4. Adding and deleting data points to your Digital Twin

Data points can be attached to equipment items on your Digital Twin to display live or transformed data.

Read the knowledge base article.