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  2. The idea of a Digital Twin [DT] needs to advance in a standardized and formal manner. As @DRossiter87 pointed out, this is necessary to "support the consistent adoption of, and interoperability between, digital twins for the built environment within the UK" To aid in this endeavour, it is useful to delineate the difference between the following terms: “DT General Use Case” [GUC]: a very short sentence, possibly consisting of two or three words – ideally a verb followed by a noun – ultimately concerned with the brief and blunt statement of the central business aim that is motivating t
  3. DRossiter87

    Consolidating Concepts: Gemini Principles

    Hi @tombartley, thank you for this. I'm glad you support the general premise, and I agree aspects like Applications (Uses) and Observable elements are important. The goal of the workshop on the 11th is to test/challenge these headings with the community so Benefits may fall out. As I mentioned in the previous post, I've (shamelessly) taken the clause structure from the manufacturing standard and adapted the headings to suit. As the scope relates to an overview and principles standard (like ISO 19650-1) it behaves more like a guide to inform further standardization as opposed to a code
  4. simonvaux

    Consolidating Concepts: Scope

    Same here! Error messages, so can't access the docs
  5. After engaging with members of the DTHub to collect and incorporate your views, we are pleased to announce the publication of the Digital Twins for the Built Environment Standards Roadmap [Full Report] [Summary Report]. As reported by O’Sullivan and Brévignon‐Dodin, standards roadmaps support innovations and emerging technologies by helping their respective communities to coalesce around needs, priorities and approaches. This standards roadmap was developed to specifically support the consistent adoption of, and interoperability between, digital twins for the built environment within the
  6. Digital twin standards roadmap workshop The DT Hub together with BSI hosted an interactive session which provided an opportunity to capture insights from UK experts to help validate the findings of the proposed standards roadmap prepared by BSI. The session also gave the community an opportunity to share their views on some of the priorities for standards to support successful digital twins in the built environment. The slides from the workshop can also be viewed here. DT Standards Roadmap Workshop 2020.12.03.pdf
  7. It is proposed that the Information Management Framework (IMF) for the creating of a National Digital Twin will consist of three technical elements: the Foundation Data Model (FDM), Reference Data Library (RDL) and Integration Architecture (IA). The IMF will underpin the creation of an environment which supports the use, management and integration of digital information across the life-cycle of assets. The IMF will also enable secure, resilient information sharing between organisations and will facilitate better decision making across sectors. The National Digital Twin Program
  8. HenryFT

    [Very very draft] HE DT Policy

    oh man this is big, I've skimmed it, but I'll come back to it in earnest soon @Ian Gordon. From my first pass the tone is right and it doesn't read like policy statements of old that sought to write in stone eternal truths and irrefutable facts with thou shalts and orders from on high, but ultimately were trying to nail jelly to the wall. This reads like something that clearly sets out the philosophy, the context and the direction of travel for digital twins in HE that understands the fluid nature of the situation and is ready to adapt to that.
  9. Michael Mulquin

    ISO and Digital Twin Definitions

    In IEC Smart Cities Systems Committee we are working on a definition from our perspective. Our draft is: Digital Twin formal, explicit, computer-readable and computer-executable digital representation of an object or system that allows a computer to understand that object or system Note 1 Digital twins can be made of material objects and systems (house, city, human, electrical distribution system etc.) and of immaterial objects (process, project plan, etc.) Note 2 Digital twins can be primary, when the digital representation is developed before the physical objec
  10. DRossiter87

    Digital Twins at ISO

    This morning the development of a digital twin ISO was drawn to my attention, ISO 23247-1 https://www.iso.org/standard/75066.html Under development within TC 184 (automation systems), this standard will provide an overview and general principles of Digital Twins as part of a manufacturing framework. While a draft is not yet available, it appears that it will propose definitions and identify use cases as part of this work.
  11. Hi @Nicholas, Thanks for the insight. I'm with the team at Scottish Government that is working up the strategy for a digital transformation of the planning system in Scotland. We're keen to link up with anyone else looking at DT's in the context of Planning and Building Standards. We think DT’ are a powerful concept that could aid with improved decision and policy making that result in better places. Rhett
  12. Standards create an avenue of consistency and opportunity for skills to be recognised and developed. In this blog Kirsten Lamb reviews the work done to date on skills in relation to the standards landscape and points to future work needed to support progress towards an information management framework and a National... View the full article
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