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  1. The idea of a Digital Twin [DT] needs to advance in a standardized and formal manner. As @DRossiter87 pointed out, this is necessary to "support the consistent adoption of, and interoperability between, digital twins for the built environment within the UK" To aid in this endeavour, it is useful to delineate the difference between the following terms: “DT General Use Case” [GUC]: a very short sentence, possibly consisting of two or three words – ideally a verb followed by a noun – ultimately concerned with the brief and blunt statement of the central business aim that is motivating t
  2. I was looking at the landscape for Digital Twin education, so of course I went to Udemy which is of course my go to resource for learning anything. Does anyone remember Googlewhacks? The education landscape for Digital Twins feels a bit like that. https://www.udemy.com/course/digital-twin-a-comprehensive-overview/learn/lecture/14566716#overview https://www.udemy.com/course/digital-twins-philosophy-for-the-new-digital-revolution/ I wonder what people think should be out there?
  3. It is proposed that the Information Management Framework (IMF) for the creating of a National Digital Twin will consist of three technical elements: the Foundation Data Model (FDM), Reference Data Library (RDL) and Integration Architecture (IA). The IMF will underpin the creation of an environment which supports the use, management and integration of digital information across the life-cycle of assets. The IMF will also enable secure, resilient information sharing between organisations and will facilitate better decision making across sectors. The National Digital Twin Program
  4. 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
  5. Hello, I’m looking to subcontract a company who has the expertise in designing and developing my digital twins art cities and energy management software application.
  6. Join us for the next video in our series on Tuesday. Kevin Reeves and the CDBB team will host a live chat session at 10.30. Bring your questions.
  7. Smart decisions are made with the help of Digital threads and twins in discrete manufacturing. Anyone want to have a free session, how digital thread and twin are established with the help of CAD, PLM, Digital mock-up, MES, Augmented Reality and IoT, please let me know.
  8. Mark Coates

    Demonstrator project

    One for the calendar :- we recently did a demonstrator project with Microsoft’s Azure Digital Twins team for the Build Conference which will be featured as a Deep Dive on Microsoft’s Channel 9 IoT Show on August 3rd. https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Internet-of-Things-Show/Deep-Dive-Integrating-3D-Models-and-IoT-data-with-iTwin-and-Azure-Digital-Twins In this session we will demonstrate an application that combines 3D models, 2D maps, and reality mesh into a single environment for visualisation Within that environment we will demonstrate a live, real time, seamless visualization of
  9. DRossiter87

    Digital Twin Talks

    To explore how digital twins are defined and the overarching concepts around them, the DT Hub hosted a five-part talk series (available here). These talks were introduced by Sam Chorlton, chair of the Digital Twin Hub, who highlighted the fact that digital twin are not a new concept but rather that the technologies are now at a point where they can have a meaningful impact. With the national digital twin (NDT) programme leveraging now matured technologies and principles, these talks were aimed at exploring how they could be utilized within the built environment. In each case,
  10. 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
  11. As everyone who works within the built environment sector knows, the essential starting point for any successful construction project is the establishment of a solid foundation. With that in mind the Digital Twin Hub is thrilled to announce the publication of its first ever digital twin foundation guide: Digital Twins for the Built Environment. The Purpose The purpose of this guide is not to be exhaustive but to document, at a high level, knowledge and examples of Digital Twin use cases that have been shared through the development of the DT Hub and engagement
  12. DRossiter87

    45 minute cities

    Hi all, Alasdair Rae of University of Sheffield has published a blog piece about travel within 26 cities using open data to visualize how far can you travel from to reach a central train station by 08:45 on a Monday morning. http://www.statsmapsnpix.com/2020/03/45-minute-cities.html The ability to produce this visualization seems very relevant to the NDT programme. Particularly if you could simulate traffic interventions to see how it improved access across the city. Cardiff has fared quite well. How has your city performed?
  13. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published over 22,000 formal standards supporting the dissemination of good practice to a range of sectors from agriculture to retail. Due to the breadth of topics covered it is difficult to conceive of a domain which hasn’t been at least partially standardized. In fact, as of 2019, ISO had four standards published which referenced digital twins: ISO 14033 (Quantitative Environmental Information) ISO 15704 (Requirements for enterprise-referencing architectures) ISO 18101-1 (Oil and Gas interoperability) ISO
  14. A lot of the early thinking on digital twins has been led by manufacturers. So, what do digital twins mean to them and what insights could this provide for the built environment? This blog is the second in series that looks at what we can learn from the development of digital twins in other sectors. It draws on key findings from a report by the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. This includes industry perspectives on: The definition of digital twins Key components of digital twins Types of twin and related high-level applications and value The report “Feasibility of
  15. Digital technologies are no longer considered tools to satisfy a need for efficiency, they are active agents in value creation and new value propositions [1]. The term “digital twin” has entered the regular vocabulary across a myriad of sectors. It’s consistently used as an example of industry revolution and is considered fundamental to transformation, but the broad scope of the concept makes a common definition difficult. Yet it’s only once we understand and demystify the idea - and can see a path to making it reality - that we will start to realise the benefits. Heavy promotion b
  16. If you weren't allowed to use the terms "digital" and "twin" how would you describe what a digital twin is (in less than 20 words) to someone not in the know?
  17. andy cooney

    Digital Twin and IoT

    Sort of 2 questions What piece of IoT kit would make your Digital Twin more effective What IoT have you found that transforms your knowledge of business (helps you build a better DT) So what IoT would you like, what have you found/used?
  18. Could Digital Twins support the conservation of historic assets? The team behind the restoration of Notre Dame seen to think so: https://news.cnrs.fr/articles/a-digital-twin-for-notre-dame
  19. amitavirdi

    Digital Twin: Terms

    There are several historic terms that relate to the overall concept of a digital twin, including terms like "information model" and "cyber-physical systems". What others are you aware of?
  20. Nicholas

    Data for the Public Good

    Version 1.0.0

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    Report from the National Infrastructure Commission which recommends the creation of a National Digital Twin
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