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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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Case Study: Platform approach to design for manufacture and assembly
Bridging the gap between construction and manufacturing
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Case Study: Towards a digitally enabled estate: the University of Cambridge
Featured BIM case study of the University of Cambridge Estate.
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Report: Challenges of Digitalisation in the Offshore Oil and Gas Sector
Lamb, K. (2018). Challenges of Digitalisation in the Offshore Oil and Gas Sector.
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Report: Challenges of Digitalisation in the Aerospace and Aviation Sectors
Lamb, K. (2018). Challenges of Digitalisation in the Aerospace and Aviation Sectors
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The Edge Amsterdam – showcasing an exemplary IoT building
This Mini-Project developed a case study of The Edge in Amsterdam, billed as the world’s smartest building, for the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB). Developing the future of the digital built environment will require intensive study of a number of exemplars and The Edge, designed on Internet of Things (IoT) foundational principles by OVG Real Estate and PLP Architecture and completed in 2015, is seen as the most connected building to date. The Edge showcases the benefits of taking a Building Information Modelling (BIM) approach to asset design, construction and management. It is of particular interest in the context of the evolution to ‘operate and integrate’ that will enable the optimisation of organisational business services and socio-economic outcomes.
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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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