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Autodesk University 2019

Reiner Meyer-Roessl

Global Business Development Process Plant, Autodesk

Speaker Bio

Reiner Meyer-Rössl is the process plant industry lead in the Global AEC Sales Development Group at Autodesk, Inc. He joined Autodesk in 2007 with the acquisition of ACPlant technology, which is the base for the Autodesk plant flagship product AutoCAD Plant 3D software. He is responsible for strategic partnerships and projects, managing the Process Plant Industry Eco System (technical partners), and is working on different initiatives such as the Plant Vision and the Autodesk iRING/ISO15926 initiative. He represents Autodesk in various industry groups like DEXPI or Fiatech. Prior to Autodesk, he was owner and managing director of ACPlant Austria, board member of AC Rosa AG, Germany, and chairman of Flow Logic International in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

PM324089 - Creating a Digital Twin Based on Forge and Industry Standards (DEXPI, OPC UA, and FMI) Digital twins of process plants are digital replicas of the physical plant that contain information of the plant structure and of the dynamics of how the processes and devices operate. In simulation-based digital twins (SBDTs), first-principles simulation models are used to obtain dynamics of the targeted plant. These applications can be used to derive nonmeasured information of the simulated system, to obtain high-fidelity predictions, or to perform system-wide optimization for improving plant performance. This class will present an extension to the work showcased at Autodesk University 2018. In this class, we’ll present a Forge-based SBDT that uses a Model Broker, a novel solution for automatic simulation model generation. Model Broker utilizes the DEXPI information format available from AutoCAD Plant 3D software to generate the underlying simulation model of the SBDT. In the example implementation used in this class, the generated model is connected to the plant using OPC UA. 60 Minutes Instructional Demo Reiner Meyer-Roessl
Gerardo Santillán Martínez
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Baden, Austria