National Underground Asset Register (NUAR) Pilot Programme

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Digital Twin Overview

The Geospatial Commission is working with 42 stakeholders to test the feasibility of creating a single, standardised data-sharing platform for the location and disposition of buried assets to enable safer and more efficient working. A prototype (static planning model) platform has been developed and used in field and office based trials and provided a significant test for the application of the Gemini Principles. See the case study for further insights.

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Opportunities & Challenges

Security considerations and purpose defined data sharing agreements limit the model’s open-ness and value creation applications.

Summary of existing material

Case Study: National Underground Asset Register (NUAR) Pilot Programme | Centre for Digital Built Britain (cam.ac.uk)