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DT Hub - Digital Twin Talks Series - Dan Clarke

Tuesday, 14 July, 2020 - 10:30 to 11:30

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...

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Read more at: DT Hub: Digital Twin Talks - Series 2 - Miranda Sharp

DT Hub: Digital Twin Talks - Series 2 - Miranda Sharp

Tuesday, 7 July, 2020 - 10:30 to 11:30

Why a National Digital Twin? Miranda Sharp , National Digital Twin Programme, CDBB As a digital representation of assets and operations help owners and operators make their workforce safer, improve productivity and reduce costs, we look at how the development of a nation of digital twins can join up and create a national...

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Read more at: Webinar: The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework

Webinar: The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework

Monday, 8 June, 2020 - 20:30 to 22:00

Webinar on National Digital Twin programme's open consultation on 'The Pathway Towards an Information Management Framework' About this Event Please join us to discuss the recently published IMF Pathway . Miranda Sharp , who led the team that developed the document, will lead a panel of experts in a discussion about the IMF...

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Webinar: What is the Public Sector Geospatial Agreement?

Thursday, 23 April, 2020 - 12:00 to 13:00

On April 23 2020 from 12.00-13.00 a joint webinar hosted by Geospatial Commission and Ordnance Survey will provide an overview of the recently announced Public Sector Geospatial Agreement. The presentation will cover: What's new - what does the PSGA include? What's different - data, access and governance When will I...

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Read more at: Digital Twins: ethics, value and public interest

Digital Twins: ethics, value and public interest

Tuesday, 17 March, 2020 - 16:00 to 18:30

Digital twins offer great potential to improve performance, resource efficiency, monitoring and safety of complex infrastructure systems. Developing and using them also generates new questions about security, privacy, equity, and public and private interests. In this event in the Benchmark series, hosted by the Centre for...

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Read more at: Cambridge Science Festival - Building Information Modelling and Digital Technology Demonstrations

Cambridge Science Festival - Building Information Modelling and Digital Technology Demonstrations

Saturday, 21 March, 2020 - 13:30

CDBB is partnering with Bouygues on a host of digital activities to demonstrate how virtual reality and gaming pursuits can be adapted and utilised in the construction industry. Children and adult participants will engage with minecraft, virtual reality headsets, 3D scanners and time-lapse film while learning how these...

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Read more at: Blog: Digital Construction on a Shoestring - Duncan McFarlane

Blog: Digital Construction on a Shoestring - Duncan McFarlane

4 February 2020

Ahead of the Construction Innovation Hub’s inaugural Digital Construction on a Shoestring workshop, Duncan McFarlane, Professor of Industrial Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge and head of the Distributed Information & Automation Laboratory at the Institute for Manufacturing considers the benefits...

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Read more at: Digital Construction on a Shoestring

Digital Construction on a Shoestring

Wednesday, 26 February, 2020 - 10:00 to 14:00

READ - Blog by Professor McFarlane on the this event. One-day workshop: Low-cost automation for SME's Digital Construction on a Shoestring is an approach to increasing the digital capabilities of companies in the construction sector by deploying low-cost solutions one at a time. Featuring interactive discussion and...

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Read more at: Blog: Professor Mark Girolami on the history of digital twins

Blog: Professor Mark Girolami on the history of digital twins

15 January 2020

Ahead of his Turing Talk touring lecture series, Professor Mark Girolami, Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Cambridge, Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair, Academic Director of CDBB, and Director of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Programme on Data Centric Engineering at The Alan...

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Read more at: Digital Twins: The Next Phase of the AI Revolution? The Turing Talk: Part of the IET EngTalk Series and BCS Lecture Series

Digital Twins: The Next Phase of the AI Revolution? The Turing Talk: Part of the IET EngTalk Series and BCS Lecture Series

Monday, 17 February, 2020 - 18:00

Digital Twins: The Next Phase of the AI Revolution? The Turing Talk: Part of the IET EngTalk Series and BCS Lecture Series The idea of an Intelligent Digital Avatar conjures up many images from a complete virtual world that one can safely define, develop and play in to rogue robots running amok and destroying mankind. The...

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