Digital Twin Market by Power Source (Battery-Powered, hardwired with battery backup, Hardwired without battery backup), Type (Photoelectric Smoke Detectors, Ionization Smoke Detectors), Service, Distribution Channel, and region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa and South America).
The global Digital Twin Market size is 11.12 billion USD in 2022 and is projected to reach a CAGR of 60.9% from 2023-2030.
Digital twin technology has allowed businesses in end-use industries to generate digital equivalents of objects and systems across the product lifecycle. The potential use cases of digital twin technology have expanded rapidly over the years, anchored in the increasing trend of integration with internet-of-things (IoT) sensors. Coupled with AI and analytics, the capabilities of digital twins are enabling engineers to carry out simulations before a physical product is developed. As a result, digital twins are being deployed by manufacturing companies to shorten time-to-market. Additionally, digital twin technology is also showing its potential in optimizing maintenance costs and timelines, thus has attracted colossal interest among manufacturing stalwarts, notably in discrete manufacturing.
The shift to interconnected environments across industries is driving the demand for digital twin solutions across the world. Massive adoption of IoT is being witnessed, with over 41 billion connected IoT devices expected to be in use by 2030. For the successful implementation and functioning of IoT, increasing the throughput for every part or “thing” is necessary, which is made possible by digital twin technology. Since the behavior and performance of a system over its lifetime depend on its components, the demand for digital twin technology is increasing across the world for system improvement. The emergence of digitalization in manufacturing is driving the global digital twin market. Manufacturing units across the globe are investing in digitalization strategies to increase their operational efficiency, productivity, and accuracy. These digitalization solutions including digital twin are contributing to an increase in manufacturer responsiveness and agility through changing customer demands and market conditions.
On the other hand, there has been a wide implementation of digital technologies like artificial intelligence, IoT, clog, and big data which is increasing across the business units. The market solutions help in the integration of IoT sensors and technologies that help in the virtualization of the physical twin. The connectivity is growing and so are the associated risks like security, data protection, and regulations, alongside compliance.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of digital twin technologies to manage industrial and manufacturing assets increased significantly across production facilities to mitigate the risks associated with the outbreak. Amid the lockdown, the U.S. implemented a National Digital Twin Program, which was expected to leverage the digital twin blueprint of major cities of the U.S. to improve smart city infrastructure and service delivery. The COVID-19 pandemic positively impacted the digital twin market demand for twin technology.
The use of solutions like digital twins is predicted to be fueled by the rapid uptake of 3D printing technology, rising demand for digital twins in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors, and the growing tendency for IoT solution adoption across multiple industries. With pre-analysis of the actual product, while it is still in the creation stage, digital twins technology helps to improve physical product design across the full product lifetime. Technology like digital twins can be of huge help to doctors and surgeons in the near future and hence, the market is expected to grow.
North America to Dominate the Market