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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. holgerkessler

    Next steps for NUAR

    The Geospatial Commission would like to inform UK owners and operators of buried assets of our next steps with the creation of a National Underground Asset Register. This includes Local Authorities, Highways Authorities as well as companies working on behalf of asset owners and Utilities carrying out repairs and maintenance - basically anyone who has an interest in digging holes in the ground ? Choose from three 1 hour sessions via the link below. More information on NUAR can be found in our latest project update https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-underground-
  3. The Smart Infrastructure Index© builds upon learning from Project 13, providing a user-friendly way for infrastructure asset owners to measure their digital maturity and benchmark progress against peers. Now, members of the DT Hub will have the opportunity take part in the Smart Infrastructure Index survey designed specifically for the DT Hub. Developed specifically for the built environment and infrastructure industry, the Index provides a holistic view of digital maturity: from customer insights to digital twins; modern methods of construction to whole-life asset management. As the sta
  4. DRossiter87

    Connected Pathways

    Following input from DT Hub members into a community-driven document, we have proceeded to reduce the number of use cases identified during the Pathway to Value Workshop from 28 down to 12: Open Sharing of Data Asset Registration Scenario Simulation Occupant/User Management Environmental Management Traffic Management Process Optimization Asset Management Carbon Management Resource Management Resilience Planning Risk Management Using these use cases, we can begin to explore how the National Digital Twin (NDT) programme
  5. This blog was first produced following discussions with digital twin owners about the importance of learning more from other industries. It also relates to the first “theme” that we identified as a priority for the DT Hub, which looks at digital twin definitions and concepts. We hope you enjoy reading this piece and welcome your comments as well as your thoughts on other topics where you would like to hear more from us. The idea of digital twins in space may seem like science fiction – or at least a long way removed from the day-to-day challenges of the built environment. But, in fact, th
  6. This blog is the first in a series that looks at what we can learn from the development of digital twins across different industries. In this piece, we consider what lessons we can learn from twins beyond our atmosphere. The idea of digital twins in space may seem like science fiction – or at least a long way removed from the day-to-day challenges of the built environment. But, in fact, the aerospace industry has been at the forefront of many of the technology innovations that have transformed other areas. Before Michael Grieves coined the term digital twin in 2002, NASA was using pairing
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