Digital Twins for Self-Driving Cars, Drones, Rovers, or Elevators

This topic is about developing digital twins for various types of cyber-physical systems.
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Digital twins for software systems are getting significant attention in the industry. For instance, Gartner forecasts that by 2021 more than half of the world's large industries will use digital twins to bring significant improvements in their productivity [1]. Several sectors in Norway building autonomous systems have seen the potential benefits of digital twins in their practice. This topic focuses on developing digital twins for various software systems to support advanced analyses. In particular, you have the choice to select one of the following systems that you would like to work with.

Topic 1: Digital Twins for Self-Driving Cars

In this project, you will focus on building digital twins for self-driving cars based on open-source simulators such as Carla, LGSVL, etc. This topic will collaborate with the National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan.

Topic 2: Digital Twins for Drone

In this project, you will focus on building digital twins for drones based on open-source simulators such as AirSim, ArduPilot, etc

Topic 3: Digital Twins for Mars Rovers

In this project, you will focus on building digital twins for Mars Rovers. You will have access to real rovers at Simula.

Topic 4: Digital Twins for Elevators

In this project, you will build a digital twin for elevators. The case study will be provided by Orona, Spain, who makes commercial elevators.

[1] Prepare for the Impact of Digital Twins

 

Goal

The goal is to develop methods and tools to build digital twins for software systems in different industrial domains.

Learning outcome

You will gain knowledge about the cutting-edge technology of digital twins and applied artificial intelligence techniques.

Qualifications

Some programming skills.

Supervisors

  • Shaukat Ali
  • Tao Yue
  • Einar Broch Johnsen, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway

Collaboration partners

National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

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