Realising the potential of digital twins – DT Hub and ODI launch new learning modules

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The DT Hub has collaborated with the Open Data Institute (ODI) to create a suite of online learning resources focusing on data and digital twins.

With connected digital twins becoming an even more important tool to overcome shared challenges, it is vital that we work together to fulfil their potential built on a strong foundation of the ethical considerations arising from the Gemini Principles, and the vision and roadmap towards an ecosystem of digital twins explored in the Gemini Papers. This online learning course seeks to provide a greater understanding of the challenges and ethics of Data and Digital Twins with these principles in mind.

These resources are designed to help unlock the full value of data in the digital twins ecosystem through 6 modules:

Module 1 The data landscape and connected digital twins

Module 2 Maximising reuse of data through licensing and sharing

Module 3 Working with data from third party sources

Module 4 What makes data interoperable?

Module 5 Applying data ethics

Module 6 Ethics and personal data

Each module has been designed to provide key information on different areas around the use of data, both generally and specifically applied to digital twins. Real-world examples and case studies provide useful context for the concepts covered throughout the course.

You can either follow the resources in order or take each module according to your order of preference, testing your understanding of each topic along the way. Your progress between modules will be saved, so feel free to dip into the resources in bite-size sessions.

To begin your ‘Realising the potential of digital twins’ online learning journey, click here.

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