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  3. asalazaz

    Introduce Yourself

    Hello everybody: I'm Anderson. I'm a research engineer in a university. We have a group which works with an energy utility. They want to build a digitl twin of their distribution power infrastructure. We are starting to understand the components of a digital twin, the tools requiered, the enabling technologies, etc. I am very much looking forward to find useful resources in this community. Very best regards for all.
  4. ycrchris

    Introduce Yourself

    Hi everyone! Pleased to meet you all and I look forward to warm and exciting conversations on Digital Twins! Who are you? Regional Director working for the Singapore Government, exploring collaboration opportunities between government as well as corporates. What is your industry and profession? Government - investment promotion Where do you plan to use your new Digital Twin Knowledge? Personally/professionally? Support the various sectors in Singapore in developing and adopting digital twin technology Why have you decided to join the DTHub? Interesting and diverse
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  6. I have spent the last week bringing together the results of meetings, workshops, presentations and white papers that were part of the Infrastructure Asset Data Dictionary group for the UK between 2013-2018. It helps define how Information Requirements whether they are Organisation, Function, Project or Asset can be written. It also takes into account financial and insurance information requirements. This is the first draft and i'm sure there will be plenty of refinements as the members submit their experience and knowledge gained since we paused for breath! comments and thought
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  8. Tammy Au

    Annual Benchmark Report

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    The 31st March 2021 marks one year since the launch of the DT Hub. As we reflect on the year that has been and look ahead to the coming year we are pleased to present the DT Hub’s first Annual Benchmark Report. This first report aims to share the progress and learnings that we have made. Included in the report is a retrospective summary and analysis of the year as well as highlights, key findings and recommendations for the year ahead.
  9. Is anyone involved in this or contributing to it? https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/elise-european-location-interoperability-solutions-e-government/about
  10. Today marks the DT Hub's first birthday and we are celebrating the incredible successes that we have had as a community. To mark the occasion we are pleased to present the DT Hub's first Annual Benchmark Report. This first report aims to share with you, our community, the progress and learnings that we have made this past year. You will find a retrospective summary and analysis of the year as well as highlights, key findings and recommendations for the year ahead. In keeping with our motto of 'Learn by doing and progress through sharing' we would like to invite you to share your thoughts
  11. Nigel@CLA

    Estates Managment

    Hi Paul I know a small IT group near London who I was going to help them with the building of a platform for a mixed use property portfolio which was going to involve the LiDAR scanning and matterporte models for all the buildings and then look at building out the modules to onto this. I had a similar idea to what you mentioned 'many years' ago when I was doing a lot of due diligence for a large US group acquiring buildings - propTech was not a term then....my regret I never followed through! If you are interested in having a discussion drop me a note and I can hook you up with them.
  12. kihwan

    Digital Twins Standards Roadmap Published

    Hi there! I am interested in the British National Digital Twin. This website helps me a lot.
  13. Back in early 2013 I was privileged to bring together about 20 different owners, major projects, contractors and consultants to look at creating a common asset data dictionary for infrastructure, in a group called "Infrastructure Asset Data Dictionary for the UK" or IADD4UK for short. The group looked at the challenges of how to create AIRs, OIRs and much later PIR and FIRs (function information requirements) putting together guidance, advice and sharing our experiences. Unfortunately to actually write the dictionary, rather than just understand the "how to" would have taken funding,
  14. HenryFT

    Digital twin Internship

    Hi Amir, great to have you here. Let us know if you're successful 😀
  15. Andy Parnell-Hopkinson

    Estates Managment

    @Paul Forge is just a data/API platform, it's not tied to Autodesk-only products. Depending on the data or services you access might require a licence of some sort, but it's worth a look, maybe, as long as you don't mind subscriptions. If you want to tie all your business and spatial data together ad aren't averse to an in-house solution there are worse places to start, but it's not the only choice.
  16. Last May the National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) published our proposed Pathway to an Information Management Framework (IMF). The publication was accompanied by an open consultation to seek feedback on our proposed approach and to hear from across the community about how they thought the IMF should develop to support their use and adoption of it. The consultation ran until the end of August, alongside ongoing engagement with the programme’s technical stakeholders, we received a great deal of valuable feedback. The full summary of the IMF Pathway Consultation Responses is publishe
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    In May 2020 the National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) published the Pathway to an Information Management Framework (IMF). The publication was accompanied by an open consultation to seek feedback on our proposed approach and to hear from across the community about how they thought the IMF should develop to support their use and adoption of it. The consultation ran until the end of August, with ongoing engagement with the programme’s technical stakeholders, we received a great deal of valuable feedback. The full summary of the IMF Pathway Consultation Responses is published here today, w
  18. Last May the National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) published our proposed Pathway to an Information Management Framework (IMF). The publication was accompanied by an open consultation to seek feedback on our proposed approach and to hear from across the community about how they thought the IMF should develop to support their use and adoption of it. The consultation ran until the end of August, alongside ongoing engagement with the programme’s technical stakeholders, we received a great deal of valuable feedback. The full summary of the IMF Pathway Consultation Responses is publish
  19. David McK

    The value of, and from, Data

    Thanks, Tom. Some people might be interested in this Forbes magazine interview with Davin Crowley-Sweet, Chief Data Officer at Highways England https://www.forbes.com/sites/douglaslaney/2021/02/01/data-valuation-paves-the-road-to-the-future-for-highways-england/?sh=4510bb46612c&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=109498131&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9xpRbsKEFsqfxsup9dXUfcWRvrxHE687_X-_FPyl93QAm2b520GA-mCmlwizF_e8UyDiX908Lbfr2dPkVcCnumXnwADw&utm_content=109498131&utm_source=hs_email
  20. A lifecycle perspective of built assets
  21. Duy Le

    Digital Twins Standards Roadmap Published

    Many thanks Dan for sharing overview knowledge solution through standard roadmap.
  22. It will be good to see some more frequently updated progress on the roadmap. Something like National Digital Twin growth in one page.
  23. Mostafa

    Introduce Yourself

    Who are you? Mostafa Elashmawy, Egyptian living in Saudi Arabia. What is your industry and profession? AEC, A BIM Manager with experience on applying BIM in large size construction projects. Where do you plan to use your new Digital Twin Knowledge? Personally/professionally? The use of BIM for Asset management and operation in my projects. Also will use it in my DBA research. Why have you decided to join the DTHub? Broaden my knowledge about Digital Twins. Have you participated in any of our meetups, or events? Not yet. Do you have any examples of work th
  24. Today we are delighted to publish the Approach to Develop the Foundation Data Model for the Information Management Framework. This document follows up on the November publication of the Survey of Top-level Ontologies (TLO) and the Survey of Industry Data Models (IDM) and Reference Data Libraries (RDL). (You can find these publications under Gemini Commons/IMF technical Documents.) The pragmatic and technical requirements for the Foundation Data Model have now been developed and consideration has been given as to whether any existing Top-Level Ontologies could be used as a
  25. In November 2020 the National Digital Twin programme programme published the Survey of Top-level Ontologies (TLO) and the Survey of Industry Data Models (IDM) and Reference Data Libraries (RDL). You can find these publications under Gemini Commons/IMF technical Documents. The technical part of the proposed pathway to an Information Management Framework comprises of three main elements: A Foundation Data Model A Reference Data Library, and An Integration Architecture which de
  26. Robert Prince-Wright

    Introduce Yourself

    Who are you? I'm Robert, occasionally Bob, an engineer with several Patents from my time working in Shell USA. What is your industry and profession? I work in the oil & gas industry, and have a wide range of R&D, Design and Operations experience. My first degree was Civil Engineering at Imperial College, and my second degree was probabilistic modelling for compliant offshore structures at The University of Glasgow. I ended up working in Technical Safety soon after the Piper Alpha disaster and have authored several complex studies and platform Safety Cases. For the past few ye
  27. Rod

    O&Ms

    Hello all , just joined this exciting platform , I am particularly interested in operation and maintenance manuals , as someone who constantly needs to refer to these when replacing and repairing facade and fenestration works , I would love to see how technology and blockchain potentially could revolutionize this sector . if anyone has any insight , I would be interested in further discussions.
  28. Paul

    Estates Managment

    Thank you Shelby, we're no longer AutoDesk relient and have our own in house CAD system however our stakehoders are but for us we're more intersted in the Data in a model. For this thread my main concern is also Estates Management, rent, motgages, occupancy, IRF16 etc. It's dominated by big companies and I'm wondering if there are smaller SME's working in this are.
  29. Shelbyrgreen

    Estates Managment

    Hi Paul, Graham, There's some great work being done by developers using Autodesk Forge APIs to create bespoke platforms. Might be worth taking a look - https://forge.autodesk.com/customers I have been doing a lot of research surrounding asset management & digital twins having worked both within traditional FM & the delivery of BIM. Let me know if I can be of any assistance.
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