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  1. Welcome! This discussion thread is for exploring opportunities to make better decisions about the interfaces between the built and natural environments of the UK by integrating models from these sectors. This conversation kicked off at an interdisciplinary workshop on 21 and 29 January, 2021. Participants have been invited to continue the conversation here, and to invite others who might want to join in. Questions to discuss include (but are not limited to): What new questions would a national digital twin (comprised of integrated models
  2. Infrastructure projects inevitably cause impacts to our environment, The pressure is therefore on contractors to adhere to new policies using their own initiatives and tools. In addition to adhering to new net gains policies that will be released with the upcoming environment bill, other impacts of not considering our environment include project delays and increases in costs, and damage to a contractors social and sustainable reputation. Integrating GIS to current environmental planning methodologies improves on existing tools for evaluating and quantifying biodiversity and Natural Capital. By
  3. The National Digital Twin programme is a national programme, built on consensus. As the open consultation on our proposed approach to an IMF draws to a close, Miranda Sharp IMF Engagement Lead at CDBB shares how the DT Hub members can continue to shape its development. We believe the IMF is the key to enabling secure, resilient data sharing between organisations and sectors in the built environment and want to work with you to devel0p it. Greater use of digital technologies and information in the built environment increases capacity, efficiency, reliability and resilience. This in turn en
  4. I've been drafting a Digital Twin Policy for HE and would appreciate any feedback. Some of it is quite HE-specific, but I'm hoping that the broader structure and themes is accessible to non-HE people. What do you think? [Very very draft] Highways England Digital Twin Policy Purpose of this document:
  5. I've decided to stop dithering and try to set out a concise, to-the-point, Digital Twin Policy for HE. Here's what I have in terms of outline contents, with some help from @Neil Thomspon What am I missing? Topic to be covered: Definition: To agree a working definition of Digital Twin for Highways England, and provide some context on the National Digital Twin programme. Principles: To establish a consistent and generally accepted set of principles for the creation and use of Digital Twins by Highways England and associated supply chain projects, and align these to th
  6. BIM Twin What is What if Files Queries Physical Real Asset Function Time stamp Time graph Transaction Enterprise Outputs Outcomes As Designed? As Intended? (for discussion) I wanted to s
  7. A very sunny and warm hello to fellow enthusiasts !!! I have been reflecting on the quite unbelievable Digital Twin journey over the last 2 years and having to pinch myself at the progress that has been made. Within Costain, Digital Twin is recognised in all corners as something our industry needs to do, in the big wide world the same can also be said with what seems to be an ever increasing global drive! Wanting to challenge not just myself but the community at large, here are a two 'big ticket' items of reflection where it feels as though we haven't yet fully succeeded: 1
  8. Samuel A Chorlton

    Digital Twin Online Resources

    Whilst being based from home many of us may have more time available for research supporting either interests or work activities. I would like to encourage sharing of these as much as possible amongst the members to try and grow our collective knowledge base. Please feel free to comment on the shared resources as critical insights will prove to be an invaluable asset going forward. Here are some starting resources: https://theodi.org/article/digital-twins-user-research/ - Interesting views on the conceptualisation of digital twins. https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/blog - Collection of bl
  9. Samuel A Chorlton

    Introduce Yourself

    Welcome to the Digital Twin Hub. The Digital Twin Hub will provide an essential mechanism to progress our understanding and application of Digital Twins. We are extremely fortunate to have amongst our members some of leading experts in this field and a safe space in which to discuss our success and failures. It would be great know a little more about our members so here are some questions to get us going: Who are you? What is your industry and profession? Where do you plan to use your new Digital Twin Knowledge? Personally/professionally? Why have you decided to jo
  10. Following it's release yesterday, I spent this lunchtime listening to the Digital Twin Fan Club's first podcast. "What?" Consisting of several young built environment professionals, the "Digital Twin Fan Club" are a transient group who congregate to discuss a particular topics related to digital twins. Having listened (and enjoyed) this episode, I am interested to hear whether you agree or disagree with the topics they covered.
  11. CDBB’s Digital Twin Hub is establishing and bringing together stakeholders in the digital twin space to create a collaborative web-enabled community to drive learning and accelerate progression through shared experience. Samuel Chorlton, DT Hub Chair, reflects on making headway and identifying next steps. This year will... View the full article
  12. During discovery interviews with DT Hub members, several barriers relating to the use of digital twins were identified. This blog post is one of a series which reflects on each barrier and considers related issues so that we can discuss how they may be addressed. As our members, and indeed other organisations active in the built environment, develop data and information about their assets, the ability to ensure that this data can be used within other tools is a priority. To do so, the data needs to be interoperable. One definition of interoperability is:
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