How Digital Twins Impact EHS Functions

Whitepaper | March, 2023

Digital twins are virtual replicas of physical assets, processes, or systems that enable companies to monitor and analyze the performance of their assets in real-time. This technology has the potential to revolutionize how companies manage their assets, particularly in the realm of environmental health and safety (EHS).

The use of digital twins in EHS functions can have a profound impact on how companies manage their EHS risks, identify potential hazards, and develop strategies to mitigate them. By using digital twins, companies can monitor and analyze their assets in real-time, allowing them to identify potential issues before they occur and take proactive measures to prevent them. Additionally, digital twins can help companies optimize their asset performance, reduce downtime, and improve overall efficiency.

In this video whitepaper, we will explore how digital twins can impact EHS functions and how companies can effectively implement this technology to improve their EHS performance. In this video whitepaper, we will also discuss how digital twins accelerate cross-functional EHSQ collaboration.

It will be presented by Chris Sayers who is the Technology Analyst at Verdantix, an independent research and advisory firm with expertise in digital strategies for environment, health & safety, ESG & sustainability, operational excellence, and smart buildings.

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