Asite becomes member of the Digital Twin Consortium

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Asite is now a member of the Digital Twin Consortium, to drive the use of digital twins worldwide and demonstrate the value of twin technology

Through its membership, Asite will work to help accelerate the digital twin market and demonstrate the value of twin technology.

Digital Twin Consortium is an open and collaborative global ecosystem of technologists, who define the standards requirements, architectures, and open-source code, and identify gaps in these areas.

Advancing research and development

Nathan Doughty, Asite CEO, said: “We are excited to be part of this expert community, driving the adoption of digital twins and advancing research and development in the space.

“Asite has developed a robust digital engineering strategy, of which digital twin technology is at the center.

Asite was built around the principles of collaboration and openness in the technology space, and our membership with Digital Twin Consortium allows us to further pursue these goals.

“We look forward to bringing our own expertise and knowledge to the Consortium as well as learning from our peers.”

Dr Richard Soley, Digital Twin Consortium executive director, added: “We are delighted to have Asite as a member of Digital Twin Consortium.

“Their knowledge and experience in managing supply chains in the infrastructure industry will be valuable to our members as we work to advance the widespread use of digital twins across industries.”

Driving widespread adoption

The Asite Platform provides infrastructure and capital projects with the capacity to develop comprehensive digital twins.

Correspondingly, the Digital Twin Consortium is dedicated to driving the widespread adoption, use, interoperability, and development of digital twin technology.

The consortium is a programme established by the Object Management Group® (OMG®) – an international industry standards association for a range of technologies.

The goal is to be ‘The Authority’ in digital twin technology as it relates to policy, security, interoperability, and overall development of digital twins, accelerating the market and guiding outcomes for users.

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