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Case Study: Demonstrating the potential of digital twins
"Our work with Ajith and the other companies on this project has been an important digital twin test bed for Bentley. We have specifically valued connecting real-world challenges with research leaders and the demonstration and understanding of the impact that digital modelling can make in our business” David Robertson, Director, Digital Advancement Research, Bentley Systems
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Co-Creating a City-Scale Digital Strategy and Framework: A Systems and Co-production Approach
This pilot study is investigating how collaboration between public authorities, private business and other city stakeholders could enhance the benefits of ‘smart’ digitally enabled infrastructure and other built assets for the benefit of urban populations.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 General Research Projects
Digital Modelling of the Evolution of the Built Form in Britain
In this project we define ‘built form’ as the assemblage of individual buildings and structures in the built environment and we make use of a wide range of new insights and data to model the evolution of the built form in Britain.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 General Research Projects
Energy Planning for Resilient Decarbonization
This project develops probabilistic master-planning tools to support effective implementation of energy policies in UK cities.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 General Research Projects
Introduction to the Research Framework
Defining the capabilities required for digital built Britain, the research agenda to deliver those capabilities and today’s research landscape – an introduction to the Research Landscape Framework
Located in Research Programme / Funding Calls
Network - D-COM
Digitisation of Requirements, Regulations and Compliance Checking Processes in the Built Environment. The D-COM network has been formed to drive forward the adoption of the digitization of regulations, requirements and compliance checking systems in the built environment.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 Research Networks
Network - FOuNTAIN
The Network FOuNTAIN’s vision is for all stakeholders in Digital Built Britain (DBB) to be able to meet their information needs. With the establishment of concepts such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Common Data Environments (CDE), built environment design, construction and operation are becoming increasingly information-intensive.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 Research Networks
Network - Housing Digital Built Britain
The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research (CCHPR) is a research centre within the University of Cambridge’s Department of Land Economy. With over 25 years’ experience of research in policy evaluation and analysis, as well as expertise in housing, poverty and welfare reforms, CCHPR’s key strength is in understanding the complexity of current housing issues and being able to deliver policy-relevant research.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 Research Networks
Network - Methodologies for Planning Complex Infrastructure Under Uncertainty
Infrastructure assets are typically capital intensive investments with long lifetimes – they include both single megaprojects, or resource allocation across multiple options for smaller projects. Megaprojects also have public and private stakeholders and take years to develop and build adding to their complexity/uncertainty. These investment decisions are thus intrinsically made under great uncertainty over the future planning horizon.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 Research Networks
Network - Pedagogy and Upskilling Network (PUN)
The Pedagogy and Upskilling Network bid proposes to contribute to the work of the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) by exploring and addressing the research questions around how we create and support a digitally enabled, agile, effective and ultimately productive workforce.
Located in Research Programme / 2018 Research Networks