TwinWorX®: the Digital Twins solution for Smart Manufacturing

Extend asset life, increase utilization and optimize operational efficiencies with a Single Pane of Glass that provides actionable insights and decision making intelligence about your manufacturing assets and production processes.
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Critical Challenges

  • Production optimization in manufacturing facilities requires real time information from the line about line performance, production processes, and throughput.
  • Rising Energy Costs
  • Supply Chain complexity and communication
  • Achieving maximum asset utilization in production facilities requires a balance of optimizing performance for long asset life while keeping costs under control.
  • Strategic planning can be difficult when data is silo’d in multiple subsystems
  • Convergence of OT and IT is creating new cybersecurity risks


  • Opportunities to lower energy and other operating costs may go unnoticed.
  • New innovations and improvements will not be implemented because they can be safely tested in isolation.
  • Future investments may overlook performance trends and patterns that could alter strategies and plans.


Digital Twins for Smart Manufacturing


  • Integrate assets, production facilities, equipment, systems and people into one platform.
  • Integrate product digital twins into the design, production and distribution of products to end users.
  • Get data out of silos and turn it into information, real-time status monitoring, performance analysis and and actionable insights about building performance.
  • Review and respond to fault detection and diagnosis alerts and alarms.


  • Gain 360 degree visibility of assets via a ‘Single Pane of Glass’ that unifies information, alerts and insights
  • Maintain visibility to production throughput, yield, quality and other shop floor activities.
  • Intuitively navigate through 3D visualization of facility geospatial information.
  • Quickly and easily search assets, telemetry data, alarms, insights.


  • Command and control production lines and equipment across the facility via bidirectional communication.
  • Increase responsiveness by reacting to alarms and notifications.
  • Improve facilities management service levels with proactive and predictive maintenance.


  • Test what-if scenarios and simulations of risks and vulnerabilities using virtual Digital Twins instead of physical environments.
  • Understand the complexity of interconnected and interdependent systems.
  • Extend asset life using historical trends and analysis to better understand usage, wear, maintenance and performance.
  • Assess and optimize resource usage including labour and facilities.
  • Understand and improve traffic flow along with queue, wait and loading/unloading times.
  • Reduce Energy consumption and energy costs.

Smart Manufacturing Use Cases