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Séminaire R3S présenté par Roberto Minerva, le 4/05/2020 de 15h à 16h par Webconf

Un séminaire sera donné par Roberto Minerva nouveau membre intégré dans R3S
Quand : 4 mai 15h-16h
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Résumé :
The Digital Twin: definition, architecture and application scenarios (beyond manufacturing)
Digital Twin is an emerging concept that is gaining attention in various industries. It refers to the ability to clone a physical object into a software counterpart. The softwarized object, termed logical object, reflects all the important properties and characteristics of the original object within a specific application context. To properly consolidate a shared Digital Twin definition, a set of foundational properties is identified and proposed as a common ground outlining the essential characteristics (must-haves) of a Digital Twin. Once the Digital Twin definition has been consolidated, its technical and business value is discussed in terms of applicability and opportunities. Some application scenarios illustrate how the Digital Twin concept can be used and how some industries are applying it. The scenarios also lead to a generic DT Architectural Model. This analysis is then complemented by the identification of software architecture models and guidelines in order to present a general functional framework for the Digital Twin. The presentation, eventually, analyses a set of possible evolution paths for the Digital Twin considering its possible usage as a major enabler for the softwarization process.


Biography :
Roberto Minerva (IEEE M’92, IEEE SM’19) received the M.S. degree (summa cum laude) in computer science from the University of Bari, Italy, in 1987 and doctoral degree in “computer Science and Telecommunications from the Pierre and Marie Curie University – Sorbonne University, Paris, France in 2013. From 1987 to 1996, he was a researcher in the area of Service Architectures and Network Intelligence within Telecom Italia Research Center. In the following years, he was appointed responsible for several research groups related to Network Intelligence and evolution to next-generation networks. From 2013 up to 2016 he was appointed to the Strategic Initiatives of TIM. From 2016 he was the Technical Project Leader of SoftFIRE, a European Project devoted to the experimentation of NFV, SDN and edge computing. From 2018, he is an Associated Professor in Softwarisation within the Service Architecture Lab of the Wireless Networks and Multimedia Services Department of Institut Mines-Telecom Telecom Sud Paris part of Institute Polytechnique de Paris, Evry, Paris 91000, France. He is author of the book “Networks and new services: a complete story”. He is author of more than 50 articles in journals and international conferences. Dr. Minerva has been the chairperson of the IEEE IoT Initiative in the period 2014-2016. He is currently a member of the Scientific Committee of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Trento, Italy.