October 25, 2022
Detroit, Michigan
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Tuesday, October 25 • 11:40am - 12:10pm
The Two-and-a-Half Ton Digital Twin: Automotive Applications of the Actor Model and Reactive Streams - Doug Mutart, General Motors

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The next generation of connected, electric, and autonomous vehicles are driving the automotive industry to adopt digital twin technology and reactive architectures at significant speed and scale. This is happening in broad and challenging contexts such as automotive assembly, the software-defined vehicle, active safety and autonomous driving systems, and even motorsports racing and spans embedded, edge, cloud, and enterprise environments. Actor systems and reactive streams now enable device-level diagnostics and prognostics, machine learning, simulation and training, activity-based and crowd-sourced intelligence, and so much more. Doug's talk will discuss the domain-driven design of digital twins in several of these scenarios, investigate some of the reactive streams integrations that inform their behavior and state, and then conclude by providing some perspective on the opportunities, obstacles, and possible outcomes of this exciting journey.

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Doug Mutart

Chief Hyperscale Architect, General Motors
Doug is a technology leader recognized for his success in a broad range of application development, operations, and enterprise architecture assignments over his 25 year career. As the Chief Hyperscale Architect at General Motors, he has extensive experience in building fast data pipelines... Read More →

Tuesday October 25, 2022 11:40am - 12:10pm EDT
142 BC (Level 1)
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