How Azure enables architectures and applications of Digital Twins for Industry 4.0.

Spanish Intermediate Development

While manufacturing and the manufacturing process become increasingly digital, the concept of the digital twin appears more frequently as a technological solution that enables this type of transformation. A Digital Twin is a formal digital representation of a real world, object, process or system that captures its attributes and behaviours. This concept enables industry to detect physical problems earlier, predict outcomes more accurately, and create better products. Developing a digital twin needs integrate different technologies, including data ingestion, communications networks, and a digital platform. In this session, we will cover how to use Azure services and software architecture fundamentals to build Digital Twins and allow Industry 4.0's scalability, flexibility, and interoperability requirements.


Sergio Contreras Martín

NTT DATA - Chief Architect

As a software architect/developer I primarily focused on Software architecture, Design patterns, Web development, Service-oriented architectures, Agile methodology, Project management, and managing software teams to deliver innovative and high-quality software products in many different technologies and enterprise environments in the last 16 years. My area of expertise includes delivering and developing complex architectures and applications using: JavaScript, Java, Python, HTML/CSS, Web and Rest Services, AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, etc. I have experience at more than 10+ national and international conferences as a speaker. (FrontFest, DevFest, TechFest, Google Mexico, Google Developer Group Madrid, MadridJS…) Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies in 2019 (Runtime performance, CSS & DevTools)

Miguel Diaz Lozano

Lead Engineer

I was born and raised in Córdoba, Spain, and pursued my studies in Computer Engineering, specializing in Computer Science. Throughout my career, I've gained significant experience in the tech industry, with a strong background in software development, data science, and cloud architectures. Working on various projects related to data analysis, machine learning, and cloud computing has given me a passion for building innovative solutions that solve complex problems and improve people's lives. With my analytical mind and technical expertise, I continue to push the boundaries of what's possible in the ever-evolving world of technology.

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