Vicomtech joins the Digital Twin Consortium as a member and is appointed Branch Organiser in Spain
Vicomtech, a technological centre specialising in Artificial Intelligence, Visual Computing and Interaction based in Spain, has become a member of the Digital Twin Consortium and has been appointed Branch Organiser for Spain.
Digital Twin Consortium (DTC), the international association to promote digital twin technologies, has appointed Vicomtech Branch Organizer to boost the activity in the region and contribute to the objectives set globally.
Vicomtech's experience and know-how in the development and application of digital twins has led to this appointment, which highlights its strong commitment to these technologies as part of the industrial digitization process.
“We are excited to have Vicomtech as a member and as Branch Organiser for Spain,” said Dr. Richard Soley, Executive Director, Digital Twin Consortium. “Their knowledge of the region and digital twin technologies is an excellent addition to the consortium.”
Vicomtech was founded in 2001 as an applied research centre in digital technologies to respond to the Applied Research, Development and Innovation needs of businesses and Instutions enabling them to confront new financial and social challenges, thus improving their competitiveness in the global marketplace. Especially relevant is to develop alliances with leading strategic partners for the promotion of networked applied research, the training of researchers and the joint generation of knowledge. In this context, joining the Digital Twin Consortium means having the opportunity for fruitful collaboration with local and international actors related to this field.
The Digital Twin Consortium is a global ecosystem of entities that are accelerating the market for digital twins and demonstrating the value and applicability of these technologies. Associated bodies that make up industrial companies, government bodies, universities and technology centres, work hard to establish technical guidelines and taxonomies, develop requirements for new standards and share use cases to maximize the benefits of their application. The results of this activity are published in high-impact scientific journals and shared with the community.