The term Digital Twin was coined in 2014 in the context of manufacturing as a digital factory replication. Recently it becomes more and more popular in the context of knowledge representation for different business domains. Today a digital twin is a virtual representation that serves as a digital counterpart of an object or process. Some industry analysts speculate it could continue to rise sharply climbing to an estimated USD 48.2 billion by 2026. It is only natural to assume that Digital Decisioning should be the technology of choice for creation essential components of various digital twins. If you know about such use cases, please share them with our readers.
The following architectural schema represents four layers and the Business Layer is the natural target for rules-based technologies: