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Press Release: Principles to guide the development of the National Digital Twin released
CDBB has published the first output of its Digital Framework Task Group, The Gemini Principles. The paper sets out proposed principles to guide the national digital twin and the information management framework that will enable it.
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NIC Annual Monitoring Report 2019
The Centre for Digital Built Britain and the Digital Framework Task Group commended in the National Infrastructure Commission Annual Monitoring Report 2019
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Service Business Model Innovation: the digital twin technology
January Paper in the CDBB Publication Series paper by Veronica Martinez and Andy Neely, Audrey Ouyang, University of Cambridge, Caroline Burstall, Caterpillar and Dav Bisessar, International Business Machines Corporation
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Towards a Digitally Enabled Estate: Project Capella
Latest report from the CDBB publication series, on Project Capella, a University of Cambridge case study.
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Research Summary from Scoping Study
Summary of research scoping study conducted in June 2017.
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2011 BIM Working Group Strategy Paper
A report for the Government Construction Client Group
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Delivery Platforms for Government Assets - 2017
Delivery Platforms for Government Assets - Creating a Marketplace for Manufactured Spaces
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Data Driven Infrastructure - From digital tools to manufactured components
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2015 Digital Built Britain Level 3 Strategic Plan
A strategy published in 2015 setting out how we can further develop digital technology used in the construction industry and the wider built environment.
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PwC BIM Benefits Methodology and Report
To evaluate the actual impact BIM deployment has on asset planning, delivery and operation, PwC were commissioned to develop a BIM Benefits Measurement Methodology (BMM).
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