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Lee McDougall, geomatic director at building consultancy and architecture practice AHR, looks at how a digital twin can be applied in a high-rise property.
Digital twins and advanced BIM processes helped 18 disciplines across five different countries to coordinate a new light rail extension in Bergen, Norway, while reducing costs and cutting construction errors by 25%.
As digital twins advance beyond BIM and GIS, what do you need to know? Bentley’s founder, Keith Bentley offers sage advice to help you make an impact.
Midlands-based design and detailing company TDS discusses the value of collaboration and digital modelling at the front end of the design process in a major project at Hong Kong International Airport.
Integrated Environmental Solutions Ltd discuss Digital Twins in construction, following on from their recent webinar on the hot topic.
Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and now the preeminent trend of 2019 – digital twins. How can we make sense of all these buzzwords?
The concept of digital twins is not new. However, the advance of the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ is making cyber-physical systems in the built environment practical, useful and affordable.
How can digital twins help in the race towards decarbonisation?
PBC Today talks to Robert Mankowski, vice-president of digital cities at Bentley Systems, about how digital twins can help to plan, design, build and operate smarter infrastructure.
Digital twins promise to revolutionise the wind industry by optimising project performance and maintenance, according to a new report by Navigant Research.
Ben Sheath, VP and managing director at Siemens PLM Software, takes a look at the value of the digital twin in enabling flexible manufacturing, reducing time to market and cost, all while improving quality.
Bentley Systems has acquired Keynetix, a UK-based provider of cloud-based software for capturing, visualising, modelling and sharing geotechnical data.
Matthew Durdin, director at Johnson Controls UK&I explores applications for digital twins in the built environment and how they can be implemented.
Ton de Vries sits down with PBC Today to discuss the digital twin concept and how it could impact the construction of individual buildings.