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Digital Twins - Capturing the complexity of cities?

Dan Clarke, Cambridge City Council

Cities are complex places made up of lots of interconnected systems. Currently,  policies, strategies and the digital tools that help to define them, struggle to reflect this complexity and interconnectedness. Will digital twins and the ability to federate, help cities to become more holistic in the way they plan infrastructure and services? 

Join us on the Digital Twin Hub at 10.30!

To find out more you can watch a Video introudction to the series by Sam Chorlton.

The full schedule is:

  • 7th July: Why a National Digital Twin?, Miranda Sharp, CDBB
  • 14th July: Digital Twins – Capturing the Complexity of Cities, Dan Clarke, Cambridge City Council
  • 21st July: The Integrated Enterprise, Kevin Reeves, Costain
  • 28th July: Digital Twins, Why Now?, David McKee, Slingshot Simulations
  • 4th August: A National Underground Asset Register: Delivering Value with Flexibility, Neil Brammal, Geospatial Commission
  • 11th August: Overcoming Commercial Barriers to the Scaled Adoption of Digital Twins, Tom Henderson, TechUK
  • 18th August: Demographic Twins for ‘What if?’ Scenario Planning, Mark Birkin, Alan Turing Institute
Date: 
Tuesday, 14 July, 2020 - 10:30 to 11:30
Event location: 
https://digitaltwinhub.co.uk/