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Join the CReDo webinar on the 2 March 10:30 – 12:00


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The Climate Resilience Demonstrator (CReDo) is a pioneering climate change adaptation digital twin project developed by the National Digital Twin programme that provides a practical example of how connected data can improve climate adaptation and resilience across a system of systems.

At the webinar, Matthew West, technical lead for the National Digital Twin programme, will provide an overview of the Information Management Framework (IMF) “thin-slice” approach, a vehicle for the development of the IMF ontology that helps to prepare source data to be compliant with quality requirements for sharing within the National Digital Twin. It is an extensible approach that works in small incremental steps, hence starts small and expands.

Tom Burgoyne, Enterprise Data Architect at Anglian Water Services, will share early insights into his experience of running this approach under the guidance of the IMF team through CReDo, and next steps to build upon this work.

To register for the webinar, please click here.

Find out more about CReDo here.

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