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Read more at: CDBB's inaugural National Digital Twin Day

CDBB's inaugural National Digital Twin Day

4 October 2019

Industry innovators from a range of infrastructure sectors attended the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s (CDBB) inaugural event of CDBB Week – National Digital Twin Day. Outputs from the NDT Day Media Release for NDT Day Presentations National Digital Twin - Mark Enzer, Chair DFTG The DT Hub - Samuel Chorlton, Chair DT...

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Read more at: SME Blog - Data2Dash - A Digital Version of the Real World

SME Blog - Data2Dash - A Digital Version of the Real World

I’m writing this blog following my attendance at the Digital Twin Day organised by the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) in partnership with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) on September 9, 2019. Those who are not familiar with Digital Twins, as I was, the simplest explanation of this...

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Read more at: SME Blogs from participants at National Digital Twin Day

SME Blogs from participants at National Digital Twin Day

30 September 2019

We were delighted to have SMEs as active participants at this year's National Digital Twin Day, which was held during CDBB week. Following the event, we invited them to give us their thoughts and insights into their digital twin journey. Below you will find several of the organisations have taken the opportunity to tell us...

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Read more at: Blog: CDBB Week: the view from New Zealand

Blog: CDBB Week: the view from New Zealand

24 September 2019

A mysterious figure was spotted at every single event during CDBB week. Who was he, the CDBB team wanted to know, and what was he doing here? We tracked him down at the Summer Showcase and unmasked him as Professor Robert Amor, Head of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Naturally...

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CDBB Week - National Digital Twin Day

Monday, 9 September, 2019 - 09:30 to 19:00

As part of CDBB Week , this event will outline the next steps for making the National Digital Twin a reality, and showcase new real-live examples of infrastructure digital twins from the UK's transport, energy and water sectors

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