MEVEA TECH TALK - March 30, 12:00 EET



  • Discover the advantages of Digital Twin-assisted product development;
  • Find out how physics-based Digital Twins can boost control system software development and testing;
  • Learn how to connect your control system having hundreds of I/O signals with Mevea's physics-based Digital Twins.

Control SystemS - Developing the machine brain

If a given machine were considered a living being, surely the combination of the operator and especially the control system could be described as its brain. The control system transfers the commands of the operator to the actual motion of the machine, ensuring through various sensoring systems that the operation is safe, efficient, and error-free.

Developing new features into an existing control system or adapting completely new systems into new machinery, sometimes yet to be even released, can be a daunting task, and often requires careful planning, extensive testing, and simulations. With physics-based Digital Twins, the control system can be seamlessly integrated into a virtual representation of a given machine. The state-of-the-art real-time physics, driveline, and hydraulics modelling provides all the necessary sensor sources and offers the control interface to be comparable to that of the real machine.

Mevea Software makes the integration easy and offers various types of connectivity options ranging from low-level voltage and current control signals up to higher-level control system interfacing through fieldbuses such as CAN.


Returning to the stage, we are joined by Dr. Jarkko Nokka, Technical Project Manager at Mevea. He has done his academic research on the topic of using Digital Twins as a early-stage evaluation tool in dimensioning diesel-electric hybrid drivelines for heavy mobile machinery.

In this episode of Mevea Tech Talk, you will learn how your control system development can get massive boosts in efficiency with the use of physics-based Digital Twins and seamless control system integration.


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