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Individuals or teams who continuously explore cutting-edge ideas, emerging technologies and innovative approaches to the development of software, hardware, or digital solutions that address technological challenges, disrupt industries and enhance user experiences.

16 organisations in this category

  1. CMCL

    “Cross-sector problems require cross-sector solutions”. CMCL (Computational Modelling Cambridge Ltd) is an award-winning, R&D-driven company offering digital solutions for cross-sector problems. Our aim is to advance cross-domain interoperability to provide data-driven decision support for challenge owners. As part of our active global collaboration work, we have been developing The World Avatar, an open digital ecosystem that aims to connect people and knowledge to improve the liveability and sustainability of our environment. We look forward to applying The World Avatar to new sectors and challenges, developing its capabilities, and building a network of collaborators. Since being spun out from the University of Cambridge in 2008, CMCL has continued to grow organically via the development and delivery of computational models, commercial software and digital solutions across a wide range of industries.

  2. 3DS

    Dassault Systèmes is a science-based, business-minded and long-term-oriented software company. We provide business and people with collaborative virtual environments to imagine sustainable innovation. The company’s 24,000 employees are driven by this ambition. This also translates into a high level of market confidence with 300,000 customers in 140 countries across 12 industries. We help industrials disrupt how products are designed and produced with 3D design, 3D digital mock-up, 3D Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and now the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. By creating ‘virtual twins’ experiences, our customers push the boundaries of sustainable innovation, leveraging the virtual world to improve the real world.

  3. Bentley Systems

    Bentley Systems (Nasdaq: BSY) is the infrastructure engineering software company. We provide innovative software to advance the world’s infrastructure – sustaining both the global economy and environment. Our industry-leading software solutions are used by professionals, and organizations of every size, for the design, construction, and operations of roads and bridges, rail and transit, water and wastewater, public works and utilities, buildings and campuses, mining, and industrial facilities. Our offerings include MicroStation-based applications for modeling and simulation, ProjectWise for project delivery, AssetWise for asset and network performance, Seequent’s leading geo-professional software portfolio, and the iTwin Platform for infrastructure digital twins. Bentley Systems employs more than 4,500 colleagues and generates annual revenues of approximately $1 billion in 186 countries.

  4. DNV

    DNV is an independent assurance and risk management provider, operating in more than 100 countries. Through its broad experience and deep expertise DNV advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry standards, and inspires and invents solutions.  We provide assurance to the entire energy value chain through our advisory, monitoring, verification, and certification services. As the world's leading resource of independent energy experts and technical advisors, we help industries and governments to navigate the many complex, interrelated transitions taking place globally and regionally, in the energy industry. We are committed to realizing the goals of the Paris Agreement, and support our customers to transition faster to a deeply decarbonized energy system.

  5. Iotics

    IOTICS believe in the potential of ecosystems built on trust and cooperation. We work with partners and customers that are honest about the complexities and challenges their industries face, we are here to help them make a meaningful impact on the world and the communities they serve. Our patented technology enables organisations to access valuable data that already exists and is hard to find; and deliver agility and flexibility into complex environments. IOTICS virtualises assets, data and systems while ensuring access, governance and sharing are federated. Flexibly and securely improve outcomes, make informed decisions faster, and reach shared goals on sustainability, value, and impact.

  6. Royal HaskoningDHV

    Digital Twins connect the physical and digital worlds in a way that no other solution can. They create an accessible source of reliable data that provides a single version of the truth, and the information you need to make better decisions. At Royal HaskoningDHV we combine our 140 years of deep domain knowledge with the latest digital technologies and software to co-create Digital Twins with our clients and partners. Royal HaskoningDHV are enabling constructive steps forward with regards to some of the most pressing global issues, supported most recently by the launch of our digital solutions brand Twinn, which helps you connect and understand the dynamics across your organisation's physical and digital worlds.

  7. Infrastructure Client Group

    The Infrastructure Client Group (ICG) brings together the UK’s most progressive economic infrastructure clients in partnership with government and industry. It's key purpose is to lead the acceleration of the improvement and alignment in the delivery and development of UK infrastructure for the benefit of the economy, society and the environment. The ICG fulfils its role to contribute to a people-focused, system-based view of infrastructure by: • Benchmarking, sharing and adopting best practice in the development and delivery of infrastructure programmes and projects • Providing a single route to and from government and industry on behalf of economic infrastructure clients The ICG work programme focuses on the areas where clients can have the biggest transformational impact: • Project 13 - a new Enterprise delivery model for infrastructure (www.project13.info) • Digital Transformation • Infrastructure Carbon • People • Productivity

  8. Siradel

    Siradel, business unit of the ENGIE Group (2021 turnover: 57.9B€, 170,000 employees), the global reference in low-carbon energy and services, provides innovative 5G and Smart City planning solutions that enable holistic assessment, intelligent design and decision-making, and smart services delivery. Bringing its long-term expertise in GIS data production, wireless network planning, City Digital Twins, 3D modelling, simulation, data visualization and software/smart services development, Siradel works closely with mobile operators, cities and industries in more than 60 countries, for the building of more connected and resilient cities and territories.

  9. Fathom

    Fathom is a global leader in flood and climate risk, creating locally relevant, physical models of the Earth's terrain and the interaction of water across its surface Their passion for innovation and the environment drives the development of rigorous geospatial datasets, global flood maps, and catastrophe models that make a real-world difference for customers and communities worldwide. Fathom's commitment to academic excellence is evident through peer-reviewed publications in esteemed journals, ensuring scientifically robust intelligence that risk managers, engineering consultancies, and digital platforms can trust. These insights underpin digital twins, climate prediction tools, and flood risk assessments. Notable customers, including CReDo, Moata, Jacobs, Arup, and the World Bank, benefit from Fathom's expertise.

  10. Entopy

    Using digital twin technology, Entopy harnesses the dynamic relationships of all aspects of a business or ecosystem to reveal answers to complex questions – historically and in real time. Our software enables operators, innovators, and analysts to unlock tangible value from data. By looking at data through the lens of the entity, Entopy gives data meaning, enabling rich, multidimensional insights to be generated, delivering positive and tangible impact to individuals and organisations.

  11. 1Spatial

    “Great things happen with digital twins and trusted information”. 1Spatial work with organisations to deliver increased productivity, reducing or avoiding costs and increasing output. 1Spatial achieve positive outcomes for organisations by enabling the implementation of information management frameworks for better business operations and digital transformations. “Digital Twins need information management using Building Information Modelling (BIM)”. 1Spatial’s vision is to help to make the world safer, smarter, and more sustainable by unlocking the value in information, enabling better decisions and greater insights. 1Spatial are a global leader in information management, helping organisations build strong structured data foundations for improving the quality, availability, and timeliness of information available to organisations for positive outcomes. 1Spatial’s customers span the built environment, government, utilities, and transport infrastructure sectors. 1Spatial partner with industry leading technology and consultancy companies, bringing together people, processes, technology, and information.

  12. Aimsun

    Aimsun is an international leader in digital mobility solutions for transportation authorities, highway agencies, public transit operators and consultancies. Aimsun’s simulation and predictive data analytics help customers to understand transportation network performance, to predict its future evolution, and to support decision making. Whether the scope of the project is setting up cloud-based regional planning frameworks, supporting real-time traffic management, or simulating the impact of driverless cars, Aimsun is always working at the frontier of new technology to optimize smart, sustainable mobility.

  13. Frontier Economics

    Frontier Economics is one of the largest economic consultancies in Europe with offices in Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Dublin, London, Madrid and Paris. We use cutting edge economics to solve complex business and policy problems and works with leading private and public sector organisations. We go beyond the numbers to tell the story of what is really happening. Our clients benefit from objective advice, clearly expressed, that helps to inform key decisions. Further information about Frontier is available at www.frontier-economics.com

  14. Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities Digital Planning Programme

    The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) supports communities across the UK to thrive, making them great places to live and work. DLUHC is a ministerial department, supported by 16 agencies and public bodies. The Department’s Digital Planning programme aims to enable a modern and efficient planning system in England. The programme is core to DLUHC’s planning reforms and will help shift a documents-based system to one that is data-driven and standards-based. The PropTech Innovation Fund was launched in 2021 to support the widespread adoption of Property Technology (PropTech) tools and services within the planning process. The Fund works directly with funded local authorities and their technology partners, as well as collaborating with industry partners to shape and co-design digital planning outcomes that meet the needs of all stakeholders. Some of the content shown on this page is the result of these collaborations.

  15. National Oceanography Centre

    The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is the UK’s leading institution for integrated coastal and deep ocean research. We undertake and facilitate world-class agenda-setting scientific research and technology development to understand the global ocean. We do this by solving challenging multidisciplinary, large scale, long-term marine science problems to underpin international and UK public policy, business and societal outcomes. Among the resources that we provide on behalf of the UK are the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC), the National Marine Equipment Pool (NMEP), the National Tide and Sea Level Facility (NTSLF), the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) and British Ocean Sediment Core Research Facility (BOSCORF). We also proudly operate two global-class Royal Research Ships James Cook and Discovery. NOC is a company limited by guarantee set up under the law of England and Wales (11444362) and registered as a charity (1185265).

  16. Digital Twin Partnership

    The Digital Twin Partnership (DTP) is an industry-led community dedicated to advancing the adoption and implementation of Digital Twins across various sectors. With a focus on supporting policymaking and fostering private sector collaboration, the DTP aims to drive Digital Twin outcomes that benefit Australia. The purpose of the Digital Twin Partnership (DTP) is to provide Digital Twin leadership within the private sector by delivering a clear narrative around the opportunities and benefits of Digital Twins. Additionally, the DTP will be a trusted advocate to government by helping advance Digital Twin as vital digital infrastructure to accelerate growth. Our leadership team brings together individuals with diverse skills and experience, helping to provide leadership and advocacy for the built / natural environment sector and ultimately help build its community. The DTP has recently expanded its reach, launching in New Zealand with plans for further expansion in North America.

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