The Digital Twin Hub and the Digital Twin Partnership Event

Explore digital twins and climate resilience across the UK and ANZ
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Event finished: 14th March 2024

When and where?

14th March 2024
5:00am - 6:00am


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Join the Digital Twin Hub and the Digital Twin Partnership for an event that highlights the power of digital twins in fostering climate resilience. This is a global event with speakers on three different continents so take note of the start time in your region:

  • 1:00-2:00 In Eastern United States/Canada
  • 5:00-6:00 in the United Kingdom
  • 16:00-17:00 in Sydney, Australia
  • 18:00-19:00 in New Zealand

This event will feature the UK CReDo Demonstrator and local Digital Twin initiatives in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), which use data and technology to enhance resilience.

Digital Twin technology is a game-changer, offering predictive insights and actionable intelligence to improve decision-making for resilient infrastructure and urban systems. By creating virtual models of real-world assets and environments, digital twins allows governments, cities, and organisations to analyse complex data and devise innovative strategies to mitigate risks, tackle challenges, and bolster resilience.

Presentations taking place:

  1. Holly Hensler of Connected Places Catapult will examine the CReDo Demonstrator and how it solves data-sharing problems and unlocks cross-sector insights to drive climate resilience in the United Kingdom.
  2. James Strutt of the New South Wales government will present on their work in Australia in using digital twins to combat climate change.
  3. Julia McMaster of the Wellington City Council, New Zealand will be presenting on their work with digital twins in New Zealand.
  4. Group discussion with all the speakers to explore the interconnectedness of digital twins globally and how they will be necessary in creating a climate resilience infrastructure.

Digital twin experts and developers from across the globe will share their experiences and best practices, emphasizing the key aspects of using technology to fight climate change and build resilience. Through presentations, discussions, and real-world case studies, you will gain valuable insights into how digital twin technology is reshaping resilience.

Don’t miss this chance to learn how Digital Twins are defining the future of resilience. Join us to understand how CReDo and local initiatives in ANZ are using data and technology to enhance resilience and create a more sustainable future.

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