How can I validate my IoT use case using a virtual twin simulation?

  • Deutsche Telekom IoT

    Dear IoT Friends,

    are you interested in tools and services to validate your end-to-end solution setup?
    Remember, what computer-aided engineering was for automotive 15 years ago? We wouldn’t have cars driving autonomously if we hadn’t done CAE. We can offer you our IoT Solution Optimizer tool as a simulator for your project. You can get a lot of insights in the expected performance of your solution already BEFORE building the first prototypes!

    IoT Solution Optimizer is about:

    • Leveraging virtual twin technology to accelerate IoT product design for performance

    • Comparing implementation choices in seconds and assessing optimization recommendations

    • Take hardware components off the shelf --> model your specific use case --> see battery lifetime 😲

    Please share your feedback with us:

    • if you like thie idea of a virtual twin or not

    • what is your use case

    • which problem do you want to solve

    Free giveaway: We offer you two-week-test licenses for this tool and we will hand these out to the first 20 users who will share their thoughts in the comment section 👇

  • Deutsche Telekom IoT

    Have a look here at some of the hardware that can be modeled with the IoT Solution Optimizer:


  • @Uta Nice! Looks well designed. But it’s a little slow, took almost 15 seconds to load a page. Is that expected?

  • Deutsche Telekom IoT

    @Stefan-de-Lange thanks for your feedback. We are deploying a more robust architecture in a few weeks’ time. That has confirmed performance improvements. Some pages you may try to load are top-heavy, so they can take a few seconds to pull down all supplier logos and product pictures (e.g. the modems page, where we have almost 150 modules integrated).

    @Uta is referring to the IoT Solution Optimizer which can be found under the “SERVICES” node. If you click on the link under “virtual twin technology” in the description, you can open a product brief to learn more…

    And speaking of learning more, under “LEARN” we have a lot of great information in the “Technology Cards” library.

    Take care!