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Centre for Digital Built Britain

 

The purpose of this work is to understand the breadth and depth of skills and roles required to successfully develop, implement and operate an Information Management Framework (IMF) and working towards a National Digital Twin as an ecosystem of connected digital twins.

The Information Management Framework (IMF) aims to enable effective information management across the Built Environment. The document “The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework” sets out the requirements for the technical core of an Information Management Framework that supports secure and resilient exchange, inter-operability, and integration and linking of data and models across the built and natural environments at a national level. The publication of the report by CDBB, in partnership with the Construction Innovation Hub, is a critical milestone towards a National Digital Twin.

The purpose of this work is to understand the breadth and depth of skills and roles required to successfully develop, implement and operate an Information Management Framework (IMF) and working towards a National Digital Twin as an ecosystem of connected digital twins.

A key desired output from this work is a Capability Framework for the implementation of the IMF.  The framework is intended to cover all the roles and skills required to implement the IMF; including and beyond those related to technology, data and digital.

This project aims to provide greater awareness for the roles and skills needed to develop and implement an IMF at a national level and at an organisational level, and to help identify the high-priority skills and roles for early action.

A webinar on 'The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework' was held on 8 June 2020. You can view the full webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfJeM7PYkhY

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