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Digital twins are finding their place
Digital twins are realistic virtual representations of physical assets, processes, and even people, generating insights and interventions which ultimately result in financial savings, improved performance and services, and greater resilience.
Our New Magazine – Connected Places
How is digital twin technology changing how we think about everything from cities to railway stations? How will the third age of flight change our skies and the airports of the future? And how are UK cities thinking out of the box to fund net zero investment?
Unlocking the societal value of Digital Twin technology
Valued at approximately $4 billion already, expectations for the Digital Twin market are high.
How 5G is transforming the logistics sector
The last 18 months has seen the need for digital connectivity at a personal level accelerate significantly. Andy Collins, Business Development Associate, Business and Civic Engagement at the University of Bristol reflects.
How are drones helping housing inspections?
In a market the size of the housing sector, the spend on repairs and maintenance is big. Surveying and fixing property costs time and money, both of which are often in short supply. So, can the use of drones prove safer, faster and cheaper for building inspection?
Assuring the safety of connected and autonomous vehicles
A significant challenge faced by the Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) industry is the lack of an assurance system enabling the release of products to market. The CertiCAV Assurance Paper takes a big step to overcome this challenge by developing a comprehensive approach for assuring the safety of automated vehicles.
Autonomous vehicles: is sharing really caring for the planet?
Can replacing private cars with autonomous vehicles and “robotaxis” actually result in increased emissions - even if all vehicles are already electric?