Digital Built World Webinar
Digital Twins and how to add value to the asset management function
The digital twin is the link between the asset information and real time human interaction. It is the ideal data tool for the connected asset ecosystem. Unfortunately, in many cases, the cost of data integration makes the digital twin vision expensive. However, there is a way around this.
This webinar pulled apart the digital twin concept and showed a way forward to maximise the value for AECs and asset owners. We explained the mechanisms needed to achieve the balance between data, design and asset operations, while showing you how to find the right data for bringing to life the vision.
This webinar took place on 23 September – 1:00 pm to 2:45 pm AEST.
We are delighted to announce this free webinar for industry professionals in the lead up to the Digital Built World Summit taking place on 22-23 February, next year.
Consulting Director APAC, PCSG
Rebecca De Cicco
Principal of Global Digital Operations, Aurecon
Digital Engineering Integration Specialist, Sydney Water
Digital Assets & Engineering Leader, Digital Twin Leader, GHD Digital
Director, Infrastructure, Assets & Places, KPMG
CTO, Digital Twin Consortium – USA
Group Leader of Web Geospatial Systems, CSIRO’s Data61
Lead Designer/BIM Manager, Atlas Engineering Group
- Webinar Agenda
APAC Initiatives of the Digital Twin Consortium and the evolution of the connected asset digital engineering strategy
Digital twin's for asset owners – Inside our asset information model and how we are solving the data challenges
Panel discussion: Digital twin implementation experiences – the good, the bad and the ugly
Sharing experiences of building digital twin foundationsPanellists include:Moderated by:
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This free webinar highlighted the practical side of implementing digital twin projects. We included a great case study from Sydney Water who is rolling out a digital twin system that will cover their entire network.
We showed how they are managing the data gathering and the steps required to build the asset information model. We also featured 8 experts who are involved in running other large digital twin projects. This webinar will help you make better decisions about setting up your own digital twin project.