In its most basic form, a digital twin is a virtual replica of a physical asset, such as tower, that can be used to better understand how it works and monitor performance. In the tower industry, digital twins are used to model tower data and then add multiple layers of information so that tower owners can use that data to manage new site builds, make modifications to existing towers and decide when upgrades are necessary. The digital twin data can also be used by prospective tower customers to evaluate the space and structural capabilities of a tower without needing to visit the tower in person. This panel will evaluate different use cases for digital twin technology as well as discuss how the data can be used by tower companies and their customers.
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