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ECSA 2020
Mon 14 - Fri 18 September 2020 L'Aquila, Italy

Digital Twin is considered a key pillar of the digitalization process. However, the lack of engineering best practices for developing and operating Digital Twins makes the industry difficult to fully benefit from them. Many companies are currently investigating the potential use of Digital Twins, but available solutions are often context-dependent or system-specific, and challenging to adapt, extend, and reuse. Therefore, digital transformation is perceived as a slow, resource-demanding, and extremely expensive process, which outcome is uncertain. To this extent, industries seek solutions allowing them to gently introduce a Digital Twin into their organizations and evolving it according to the changing needs and situations. This paper reports a first attempt on architecting a Digital Twin of the Organization, and discusses some architectural concerns to be addressed in order to facilitate its evolution.

Thu 17 Sep

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11:15 - 12:15
S6: Industry Track: Experiences and learnings from industrial case studiesIndustry Program at ECSA 2020 Teams Channel
Chair(s): Anton Jansen Philips, Olaf Zimmermann University of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland (OST)

Virtualization support: Claudio Di Sipio

Architectural Concerns for Digital Twin of the OrganizationIndustry Track
Industry Program
Mauro Caporuscio Linnaeus University, Farid Edrisi Linnaeus University, Margrethe Hallberg Scania AB, Anton Johannesson Virtual Manufacturing AB, Claudia Kopf Scania AB, Diego Pérez Linnaeus University
The Quest for Introducing Technical Debt Management in a Large-scale Industrial CompanyIndustry Track
Industry Program
Somayeh Malakuti ABB Corporate Research, Germany, Sergey Ostroumov Softability Group Oy
Quick evaluation of a software architecture using the Decision-Centric Architecture Review method: an experience reportIndustry Track
Industry Program
Pablo Cruz Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Hernan Astudillo Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa María, Luis Salinas Department of Informatics, Santa Maria University