“We have shown we have the foundations for connecting data across organisations, to improve the climate resilience of assets in the face of a changing climate.” Chris added.
CReDo project partner CMCL’s Business Development Manager, Toby Greenwood said: “This recognition of CReDo as a collaborative and connected digital twin for climate resilience is splendid news for the entire team.
“CReDo has enabled us to express ourselves via some innovative technical milestones such as the distributed data architecture, information derivation framework and the semantic knowledge graph for enabling cross-sector interoperability. We are proud to have contributed to CReDo, and are excited with the prospects of transforming the connected digital twin to include new asset owners and sectors as well as additional climate events such as extreme heat.”
CReDo brings together asset owners Anglian Water, BT and UK Power Networks to share their data for an area of East Anglia, in order to develop a digital twin. The award nomination was made by flood resilience specialist Fathom which supplied flood data to the platform.
CReDo Engagement Lead, Sarah Hayes said: “It’s fantastic to see CReDo recognised for its potential contribution to the adaptation of infrastructure. At Connected Places Catapult we are looking for investment and partnering opportunities to scale up CReDo both in and outside of the UK, so please get in touch.”
Fathom’s Account Manager, Peter Slater said: “It’s great to see CReDo recognised by Verdantix’s judging panel for its mission to future-proof the UK’s infrastructure against climate change through an interconnected approach to adaptation and mitigation. We’re proud to be part of the Digital Twin Hub community and are excited to continue collaborating with the other parties as the project evolves through Phase 2 and beyond.”