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  2. Vicki Reynolds

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    Absolutely! Apologies I missed the last hub
  3. Tammy Au

    Consolidating Concepts: Scope

    Hi Anto Thanks for flagging this - I've just tested it and it seems to be ok now if you want to have another try.
  4. Tammy Au

    Consolidating Concepts: Scope

    The workshop registration is now live! See further details in our events calendar:
  5. Last week
  6. The National Digital Twin Legal Implications It was with great foresight that the Digital Framework Task Group (DFTG) recognised in advance of furthering the National Digital Twin (NDT) programme that the legal implications would be plentiful and required debate at a high level. This proactive attitude to the legal side of the NDT is intended to provide initial thoughts and guidance for the DFTG going forward. Lawyers are often seen as a last resort and are therefore too often forced to work reactively. This fresh approach by the DFTG will hopefully flush out potential pitfall
  7. Paul

    Estates Managment

    Thank you Tom. It' proving to be a bit of a sticking point for us. A lot of the focus tends to be about building and assest within during delivery but we would like to ust know what we're responsible for first. I'll check out the case study.
  8. Tom Hughes

    Estates Managment

    I'm sure other members of the community will have further examples, but if you haven't already seen it you might want to look at the University of Coventry case study that was published by @Hadeel Saadoon. The case study may not cover everything that you are looking for but it does document experiences of implementing a digital twins from an estates perspective.
  9. Tom Hughes

    What is it, where is it and what does it do?

    I thought of another example over coffee this morning - A digital twin that might start not knowing where things are and work to find them. It was reading an article about mandatory bike marking and the creation of a national bike database in France, and having had an expensive bike stolen in a scenario where I wasn't coved by insurance. The more I think about this the more I am moving to an on the fence answer that in most cases the answer to the question will be yes, but there are specialist cases where it could be a no.
  10. Paul

    Estates Managment

    I’m just wondering if anyone has any examples of good estates management tools/systems which are not one of the big firms, Trimble, MRI... to name 2 off of the top of my head. Are there any small to medium sized options/vendors which cover rent/payments in & out, deeds/responsibilities, IRF16, areas, blocks, sites, etc., etc.? Or is it, buy big or do it yourself?
  11. RachelJudson

    We need to set a goal and then just do it

    Well If I can say, the Pathway document intends to do just that. If anyone hasn't read it, it is here and a fair amount of commentary about it was raised in the soon to be released Responses to the IMF Pathway consultation too. We will be looking at updating the Pathways document in the coming months to reflect the work done, the feedback received and our refocused approach. This past year has seen the technical team focusing on developing an FDM (Foundation Data Model) Seed for the (Construction Innovation Hub) CIH's Platform Design Programme and many of the output from that will inform
  12. Hi Ntando, good to have you on the Hub today. I know that Highways England are looking at Digital Twins from first hand experience and that most of the water utilities are looking into it as well.
  13. Tom Hughes

    What is it, where is it and what does it do?

    I would say it needs to. Answering these and a few other practical questions is what the base data requirement in COBie does and is then extended to cover other plain language questions via project data requirements. More info from the UK BIM Alliance - Project Data Requirements – UK BIM Alliance Purposefully trying to think of an example where the "always" part of the statement might not apply... I could imagine scenarios involving mobile assets where always knowing location isn't practical or cost effective. A twin might know that something has left one place on route to another but has
  14. GiovanniB

    What is it, where is it and what does it do?

    I think it should always answer these three questions. A digital twin could be created for testing or for a belief that could be used in the future for "something" even if it does not have an exact meaning at the moment it is created. I would be curious to hear why it does not have to answer these three questions.
  15. Steven Zhang

    What is it, where is it and what does it do?

    If the purpose of digital twin is to represent something (either physical or non-physical), it should be able to answer what, where, and what for. I am visualising digital twin as an infrastructure of digital world, it need to have clear definition of what, where and why, so that other digital objects/ subjects/ agents/ systems etc. can interact with it. I guess, all of the concepts in the digital world need to be defined by people in some way.
  16. We've just had the first Hub Together and the question of how and what we should be doing in the interests of the common good came up. The point where we finished up and where this thread begins is that you can't spend years coming up with a plan, sometimes you just need to set yourself a goal, take a moment to orient yourself to achieving it and then get going and just do it. This is a bit of a challenge to the Commons stream who are doing a high level ontology, but my question to you is can the grassroots bottom up approach work hand in hand with a top down strategic approach?
  17. DRossiter87

    What is it, where is it and what does it do?

    Is what were is the physical asset, or where is the digital representation?
  18. Can and should digital twins always be able to answer the question above?
  19. Gary Todd (Famiio)

    Welcome to the Data Value and Quality network

    Will there be a scheduled call regarding Data Quality at some point, like there has been on the issue of Interoperability?
  20. Is UK civil engineering construction sector using digital twin technologies ? What benefits can it bring to project controls ? What are the challenges affecting adoption of digital twin ?
  21. Earlier
  22. Anto

    Consolidating Concepts: Scope

    Hi there, the link to Draft Standards Landscape Report seems to be broken. Thanks.
  23. I've registered, but I'm chairing it, so that's a bit redundant 😅
  24. HenryFT

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    we've got the hub together coming up (our first) and with your permission/blessing I'd like to discuss what the digital twin community should be doing about issues like this
  25. Vicki Reynolds

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    Definitely @HenryFT. Some very interesting insight in to barriers and blockers to digital change, and some varying views on data ownership in the report.
  26. HenryFT

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    Once everyone's had a chance to review the findings it would be interesting to investigate what this community could do about it. Thanks for sharing @Vicki Reynolds!
  27. Vicki Reynolds

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    Hi all, attached is the full set of survey responses from the Golden Thread Survey carried out by i3PT and the CIOB. There are some interesting responses to the questions about digital tools and capability. We’re only distributing this one to interested parties rather than marketing it more widely. That being said, it is in no way restricted, so please feel free to share with anyone that you think may be interested. I’ve also included the original summary report. Thanks COP1060 - Golden Thread - Complete Survey Res.pdf Golden-Thread-Review.pdf
  28. Hub Together is the DT Hub's town hall meeting; hear the latest news, shape the community, share your thoughts. The DT Hub is the community. Bring your lunch and your voice and help shape the community for the coming year. Each Hub Together will feature highlights from around the community with time for you to ask, challenge or discuss. Henry Fenby-Taylor the DT Hub's Community Manager will lead the 30 minute session and be joined by Sam Chorlton, DT Hub Chair and Tom Hughes, DT Hub Delivery Lead. Have you been wondering: Why the DT Hub was created and what its pla
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