Abstract

This paper reports on the integration between IoT and business process management, in order to help organisations implement Digital Twins more easily, thus achieving new levels of agility and developing higher quality data streams. The work was mapped on the Digital Engineer framework, highlighting the contributions made towards bridging the gap between process design in digital environments and process enactment in the real world. Moreover, we are also describing some research directions that would lead to a stronger coupling between digital and physical environments, leveraging the benefits of conceptual modelling.

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Chiș, A. & Ghiran, A. M. (2022). A Suite of Modelling Tools for Developing Cyber-Physical Systems and Digital Twins Implementations. In R. A. Buchmann, G. C. Silaghi, D. Bufnea, V. Niculescu, G. Czibula, C. Barry, M. Lang, H. Linger, & C. Schneider (Eds.), Information Systems Development: Artificial Intelligence for Information Systems Development and Operations (ISD2022 Proceedings). Cluj-Napoca, Romania: Babeș-Bolyai University.

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A Suite of Modelling Tools for Developing Cyber-Physical Systems and Digital Twins Implementations

This paper reports on the integration between IoT and business process management, in order to help organisations implement Digital Twins more easily, thus achieving new levels of agility and developing higher quality data streams. The work was mapped on the Digital Engineer framework, highlighting the contributions made towards bridging the gap between process design in digital environments and process enactment in the real world. Moreover, we are also describing some research directions that would lead to a stronger coupling between digital and physical environments, leveraging the benefits of conceptual modelling.