DIGITAL TWINS IN COMMERCIAL AVIATION

| June 28, 2019

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The global digital twin market size is expected to reach USD 26.07 billion by 2025 registering a strong CAGR of 38.2% over the forecast years. Digital twins provide a valuable bridge between the physical and digital worlds across a range of industries, and the business case for the remarkable growth comes from the need for cost and time-efficient operations, reducing time to market and the growing demands of service-based customers.

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