The marriage of simulation and machine-learning is one of the most exciting areas in modern innovation. It certainly is for Monolith AI. Four years ago, this specialist team was spun-off from Imperial College London to pioneer business applications for digital twinning. And their work is already having huge – sometimes game-changing – impact on many key sectors of industry.
Richard Ahlfeld – the founder and CEO of Monolith AI – has agreed to be the guest speaker at our May Innovation Talk: ‘The big Digital Twins briefing’. Richard is not just a thought-leading subject expert, he also has a rare talent for explaining and demonstrating complex science and technology in an engaging, sharply business-focused way…
Whether you are creating a yoghurt pot that won’t topple over at the table… designing wind turbines for hurricane zones…or putting next generation fighters through manoeuvres that could be lethal to live pilots… digital twinning can create machine learning models for almost all real-world challenges – large or small.
Richard’s keynote talk will reveal how:
• AI-simulated aircraft have flown for 20,000 hours without ever leaving a hangar.
• Companies such as Siemens, Honda, BMW and Rolls-Royce have all taken advantage of digital twins.
• AI simulations are not confined to just physical products – you can build digital twins to simulate countries, what-if scenarios and even abstract concepts.
• The benefits can be demonstrated on a kitchen table. From his home, Richard will give practical examples that prove the unique value and versatility of digital twinning.
Combining personal insights, revealing case studies and practical demonstrations, this promises to be another masterclass. Book your place now.
Wednesday, 12th May, 9.00 – 10.00am
Registration for this whole series is entirely free. Events will take place on the second Wednesday of each month. You are completely free to opt out if you can’t make a particular event or if a months topic is not of interest to you.