We are pleased to welcome two members of the Digital Twin Hub Strategic Board to our first Fireside Chat panel discussion. Read more about their backgrounds and areas of expertise:
Mark Coates is Bentley’s International Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, where he helps to inform and guide government, policymakers, business leaders, and decision-makers globally on the benefits of digital transformation.LinkedIn profile
For the past ten years, Mark has been driving digital transformation, seeing great advances made in sectors by adopting digital ways of working. He has worked on numerous infrastructure projects, consulting asset owners and their advisors on technology adoption to attain better project results while being conscious of time, cost, and quality. He is a member of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation, chairman of the British Water Forum and a member of the advisory board of the Institute of Government and Public Policy.
Paul Lam first joined the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in 2018 where he worked in the investment department before moving to become Strategy and Policy Officer for Digital and Technology. Paul has developed and was responsible for executing the digital infrastructure strategy and thematic priority of technology-enabled infrastructure, which guides AIIB's engagements and investments in technology and its applications in infrastructure sectors (infra-tech).LinkedIn profile
Paul is now Director of Corporate Development and Strategy at TuSimple where autonomous trucking technologies are used to make freight transportation safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly.
Finance and Digital Twins
This content from around the DT Hub looks at various aspects of financial issues relating to digital twins. The white paper, which you can download and read, takes an in-depth look at collaboration between the finance communty and the wider infrastructure sector as well as the incentives of better data in building the financial case for digital twins.
Here are some recommendations of further fascinating discussions curated around this month's topic to which you can listen or watch.