How Digital Twin Engineering Can Revolutionize Boeing’s Operations

Key Points:

  • Paul Doherty draws on his experience with and knowledge of Boeing to explain how a digital twin engineering workflow would benefit their operations.
  • Scaling is one of the most interesting aspects of what digital twinning can bring to manufacturing.
  • Paul emphasizes the need to start looking at products as part of an ecosystem, rather than as an isolated product.


Boeing plans to launch its next aircraft with a different engineering workflow, this time creating the airplane and production system simultaneously, using a digital environment and a unified source of design data. This digital twin engineering workflow is familiar to other industries, like architecture, building management, and smart manufacturing.

Paul Doherty joined MarketScale to explain what Boeing and the broader aerospace industry can learn from other industries that already leverage digital twin design.

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