Systematic Engineering of Consistent Digital Twins

Digital Twins of manufacturing systems should help to control production to reduce downtimes and make better use of resources. This requires the detection of deviations from the expected system behavior. With this knowledge, deviations in system parts due to wear and tear can be considered in planning, for example, to correct their use at runtime and thus reduce scrap. In this project, the systematic integration of SysML2 engineering models into Digital Twins for the automated consistency assurance of these models will thus be investigated.

The following presents selected publications that present research results relating to this project. More are available from personal website at the Chair for Software Engineering.

  • [BDH+20] P. Bibow, M. Dalibor, C. Hopmann, B. Mainz, B. Rumpe, D. Schmalzing, M. Schmitz, and A. Wortmann. Model-Driven Development of a Digital Twin for Injection Molding, In: Schahram Dustdar, Eric Yu, Camille Salinesi, Dominique Rieu, Vik Pant, editors, Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 12127, pages 85-100, June, 2020, Springer International Publishing.