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  1. What key resource has been instrumental in giving you or your team the right skills in tackling information management, digital transformation and thinking about designing and operating digital twins? Your opinions and knowledge are vital as we develop training plans to deliver a National Digital Twin and we ask that you kindly comment below. Suggestions could be online resources, higher education or professional institution courses or any other sources of training that have helped when tackling information management, digital transformation and thinking about designing and operating
  2. Realising the benefits of a National Digital Twin is not just a technical challenge. In order to establish a digital ecosystem to enable the interoperability, integration and linking of data and models across the built and natural environments, we need a workforce with the appropriate skills who – together – can make it happen. Working as part of the Mott MacDonald and Lane4 team appointed by the Construction Innovation Hub, we are developing a Skills and Competency Framework. In setting out the key roles and skills needed to deliver a National Digital Twin, we recognise the key co
  3. Vicki Reynolds

    Golden Thread Survey Responses

    Hi all, attached is the full set of survey responses from the Golden Thread Survey carried out by i3PT and the CIOB. There are some interesting responses to the questions about digital tools and capability. We’re only distributing this one to interested parties rather than marketing it more widely. That being said, it is in no way restricted, so please feel free to share with anyone that you think may be interested. I’ve also included the original summary report. Thanks COP1060 - Golden Thread - Complete Survey Res.pdf Golden-Thread-Review.pdf
  4. We live in a world abundant in data and technology. There are numerous ways to fake data of all kinds (think deep fake). Envisioning a future where data outputs become as common as a PDF report how do we enable the skills around critical thinking that will allow data professionals to know when something doesn't look right even though it may have already gone through data quality and data audit checks. Just a thought at this point but I would be interested in others thoughts.
  5. I recently posed a question in this forum to clarify thoughts on the need for a digital twin ‘test’... a way of determining if a proposed digital twin is actually what everyone can agree upon and that matches expectations. A test will serve as an invaluable tool for educating and up-skilling, avoidingconfusion and set a direction for implementation. This is something particularly close to my heart as we’re currently (still) experiencing this in global BIM discussions. Whilst on the topic of BIM, the test could be a great way of identifying what a typical BIM process deliverable is and h
  6. If you missed the free webinar last month on how to generate OIRs and critical success factors from an executive strategy join me again on Monday morning. its 1.5 hrs of presentation and 1.5 hrs of workshop. please feel free to attend just the presentation. There is an optional session the following day taking in Function Information Requirements and their impact on delivering digital assets. Sign up and attend what you can! https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/2513815/F72E835712666BB4969CC328281F134D?partnerref=SocialMedia see you all then Iain
  7. Guest

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    The creation of digital twins will, with little doubt, impact construction sector suppliers (e.g. refurbishment specialists and trades contractors) in the services they render. It will place on such firms the responsibility to acquire technological capabilities to examine digital twins of assets they need to work on. Data from the ONS shows that a majority of firms that provide such services are SMEs. Research focusing on technology adoption emphasise how SMEs in the construction sector are particularly challenged on many fronts in trying to make technological transitions. Resource constraints
  8. During our research activities within the DT Hub, several barriers relating to the use of digital twins were identified. This blog post, which looks at digital skills, reflects on skill as a barriers and considers related issues so that we can discuss how they may be addressed. As organizations develop a wide array of datasets and supporting tools, a key concern has been the capability of the people using these resources to make decisions and take action. To do so, these people need to be sufficiently skilled. Industry reports, such as the Farmer Review, have consistently i
  9. Why this theme? DT Hub activities focus on a set of thematic areas (themes) that are based on shared opportunities and challenges for members. These themes are areas where collaboration can help members to gain greater understanding and make more progress towards realising the potential benefits of digital twins. This short introductory piece outlines the scope and approach for the second theme: Digital twin competencies: To help organizations understand the competencies, skills and cultural considerations that can help them to successfully adopt digital twins, as well as fosteri
  10. We ran a webinar on theme 2 "Digital twin competencies" on 24th March 2020 where we discussed the roles, skills and organisational culture needed to successfully implement digital twins. We also began to look at proposed activities for the theme, as well as potential priorities for members. Many thanks to those of you who were able to join us - we had some excellent discussion and several members kindly agreed to share some of their thinking, for example on the types of roles or people that will need to use digital twins in different ways. Over the coming days and weeks, we will shar
  11. Standards create an avenue of consistency and opportunity for skills to be recognised and developed. In this blog Kirsten Lamb reviews the work done to date on skills in relation to the standards landscape and points to future work needed to support progress towards an information management framework and a National... View the full article
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