DigitalTwin is a technology that reproduces various data collected from the real world on a computer as if they were twins. It is possible to perform physical simulations on a computer using a large amount of collected data. High-quality simulation performed by DigitalTiwn may contribute to improving business operations. A world in which all real cities and societies are digitized on a one-to-one basis and interact with each other is called a mirror world.
Raw data is tough to handle as it is; therefore, it is usually converted to an open format. Our computing technology creates context by comprehending the meaning of siled data such as data obtained from web access analysis tools and data obtained from offline activities and clarifying the relationship with 3D data.
Take urban development as an example; the contents of implementation differ depending on the process of development. Our Domain-Driven-Design will define the digital space by creating a domain model from contextualized data according to each purpose (domain) and adding appropriate metadata. Our gaming engine is functioning to describe the domain model built in the process.
The defined digital space can be delivered to end-users in the form of applications. The application administrator can output appropriate simulation results and utilize them as a digital twin by performing scoring and profiled user behavior analysis.