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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. RachelJudson

    Benefits Webinar - watch now!

    On the 20th October the NDTp were delighted to be joined by 100 attendees at a webinar to discuss the benefits of digital twins and connected digital twins. Miranda Sharp, NDTp Commons Lead, chaired a panel of experts: Leigh Dodds, ODI; Herman Heynes, Anmut; Peter Vale, Thames Tideway; Paul Hodgson, Greater London Authority The Webinar aimed to understand how to capture the benefit of digital twins and connected digital twins including; To create new revenue through data driven solutions Improved asset management Decision support and as
  3. Enterprises creating digital twins have a need to understand the benefits their digital twins bring to their own operation but also the benefits which accrue to their customers, supply chain, local community, industry network and relevant government bodies.  An understanding and harnessing of these benefits has the potential to drive not only individual business cases but also impact regional development spend, regulatory price controls and national policy.  In response to this need, CDBB commissioned a piece of work to create a logic model to find a consistent way to describe the benefi
  4. Predicting the future is something intrinsic to the human condition. Whether we are thinking about lunch, retirement, or developing a world-shaking invention like the iPhone. What if the biggest barrier to realising the potential of innovation is not technology, but belief? Predictions of the future from the 1950s included people flying around in their own helicopters to do their daily chores. Ignoring the acceptability of helicopters powering up and blowing the contents of everyone’s gardens everywhere, this future could have happened. There is no technological boundary to everyone havin
  5. Sometimes it's fun to engage in a little bit of paranoid thinking. What if Digital Twins aren't good for society? And what can we do now to make it more likely that they are? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-ways-digital-twins-could-destroy-society-ian-gordon/?published=t
  6. Peter Lee

    DTs for Smart Cities

    This webinar may be of interest from Smart Cities World: Leverage digital twins to optimise municipal operations Find out how Gwinnett County (USA) is unifying IT/OT/IoT systems to provide complete visibility to all municipal data. Using a Digital Twin of their municipal operations allows faster, more informed decisions and speeds crisis response while lowering their total cost to operate their services. https://www.smartcitiesworld.net/webinars/webinar-centralized-command-and-control-of-multi-site-municipal-water-operations
  7. Increasing numbers of people are currently working from home. Whether you are following Government advice on self-isolating or are one of the growing number of people working remotely on a regular basis, telecommuting is shaping the world we live in. A CDBB project by Dr Li Wan, Lecturer from Land Economy Department in... View the full article
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