Building a Digital Twin for Value - Part II

A Digital Twin is a virtual representation of an object or system that spans its lifecycle, is updated from real-time data, and uses simulation, machine learning and reasoning to help decision-making.

There has been a lot of hype about Digital Twins and the concept has quickly grown to encompass larger and larger systems such that we now see reference to Digital Twin Cities and even Digital Twin Countries. 

In this two-part webinar series, we are exploring what the essential elements of a Digital Twin are and how to build one quickly and easily so that it's delivering value for a range of real-world problems including: asset management, design, compliance, town and mobility planning, vegetation management, policy development, traffic management and supply chain logistics. 

In Part I we covered
  • Digital Twin: definition & application in the geospatial realm
  • Components of a Digital Twin: static & dynamic data for context & analytics
  • Real-world use cases
In Part II we will be unpacking and discussing:
  • Components of a Digital Twin: services and platform for analysis, insights and scaling
  • Bringing it all together with the HERE portfolio
  • Real-world use cases
Speaker: Dan Paull, Head of Government and Infrastructure, HERE Technologies

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9th September, 2021
1.30pm AEST

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