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Gemini Papers: Call for Community support

Claire Dowdall

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This month, the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) will celebrate completing its part of the mission to advance the digital transformation of the built environment, therefore we are developing materials to celebrate all of the foundational work that has been done. 

As part of our legacy, we have published the Gemini Papers – a series of papers that outline what we have learnt is necessary for the success of national-level connected digital twin programmes. We hosted a webinar on Thursday, 10 March to mark the launch and present the papers.

Here is a link to the webinar recording in case you missed it.  

The Gemini Papers consolidate our shared learnings from the past five years, showcasing the vital role connected digital twins can play in improving social, economic, and environmental outcomes to create a better quality of life for us all. We are delighted to publish what we have learnt and to present the ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ of connected digital twins.  

Our CDBB journey and mission could not have been possible without the support of key organisations and industry leaders. With that in mind, we are reaching out to people who have been involved with us in championing digital transformation to seek support for the Gemini Papers – click here to download your copy. 

We would be very grateful if you would consider providing a statement of support for the Gemini Papers that we could display on the DT Hub and the CDBB website along with your company logo.

The supporting statements and logos will form part of our promotional activity to communicate the Gemini Papers and the statements will also be used in social media posts.  

If you would like to take part, please could you send the following information to our Engagement team - engagement@cdbb.cam.ac.uk

  • Supporting quote / statement (30-50 words): 
  • Name (as you would like it displayed) 
  • Job title 
  • Organisation 
  • Please provide high resolution logos in JPEG 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support.  

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