Event finished: 22nd June 2023
DNV is an independent assurance and risk management provider, operating in more than 100 countries. Through its broad experience and deep expertise DNV advances safety and sustainable performance, sets industry standards, and inspires and invents solutions.
We provide assurance to the entire energy value chain through our advisory, monitoring, verification, and certification services. As the world’s leading resource of independent energy experts and technical advisors, we help industries and governments to navigate the many complex, interrelated transitions taking place globally and regionally, in the energy industry. We are committed to realising the goals of the Paris Agreement, and support our customers to transition faster to a deeply decarbonised energy system.
Using effective application of data engineering, data analytics and DevSecOps processes, with a Cloud native approach, CACI’s Information intelligence Group (IIG) work to deliver insightful, innovative, and effective solutions for our customers. Specialists in modelling Enterprise Architecture, Solution Design, Agile and DevOps methodologies, we are headquartered in Bristol, and operate across the country from our secure facilities, as well as on customer sites as needed. Our delivery teams, totalling over 300 security cleared engineers and consultants, work with our government customer base to solve complex digital challenges using software solutions, with a focus on user experience (UX) and customer outcomes. We derive detailed requirements through digital twinning, systems thinking, business analysis and applied change management, to provide effective mission critical systems to Defence, National security, and Government customers.
CACI IIG are technology agnostic, with a focus on delivering the best solutions to our customers problems. We have invested in understanding the best in class open-source software components, their integration into systems in a way that supports future change, and their nuances and pitfalls.
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists, working across every aspect of today’s built environment. Together we help our clients solve their most complex challenges – turning exciting ideas into tangible reality as we strive to find a better way and shape a better world.
Arup made its name in the twentieth century as the designer and engineer behind some of the world’s most ambitious structures. That creative strength and independence of mind continues to guide us. Today, Arup employs more than 18,000 people across 34 countries – in a culture underpinned by Sir Ove Arup’s aims and values.
Supporting & Interview Partner
National Grid ESO is the electricity system operator for Great Britain. We move electricity round Great Britain’s system to keep homes and businesses supplied with the energy they need 24/7, 365 days a year.
We don’t generate or sell electricity – that’s down to other companies.
In April 2019 the electricity system operator part of the business, National Grid ESO, became a legally separate business within the National Grid PLC family. This was to give you transparency in our decision-making and so you can be confident that everything we do promotes competition.
We’re regulated by Ofgem. Learn about Ofgem’s regulatory framework, how it applies to us and how it affects our business planning.
Our journey continues today as we work tirelessly to operate a safe, reliable and affordable electricity system, all whilst supporting the transition to a greener, and more efficient system for future generations.’
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We are a global leader in technology and business solutions that transform organisations. This is pivotal to our purpose: to make the world more sustainable by building trust in society through innovation. It’s a vision central to our presence in the UK and our support for the country’s National Digital Twin programme, designed to increase infrastructure resilience, optimise the UK’s use of resources and boost quality of life for citizens.The UK is also home to Fujitsu’s Centre for Cognitive and Advanced Technologies. The Centre brings together innovation in areas including digital twin technology, quantum computing and artificial intelligence, as part of Fujitsu’s commitment to developing a high-skills UK economy. Providing a direct link to our work in Japan, the Centre is a focal point for collaboration between industry, Government and academia, and enhances the UK’s ability to draw on Japan’s leadership in areas such as super computing.
IOTICS enables ecosystems of people, organisations and technologies to interoperate with confidence. Sharing information and insights across organisational boundaries is an essential success driver for our individual and collective goals for the future of our planet and our communities. IOTICS technology enables real-world use cases such as the NGN Customer Energy Village and the SHAPE UK Project at Portsmouth International Port.
Some of the biggest challenges facing the society today could be tackled by ensuring that the right people have access to the right data at the right time. IOTICS enables secure and selective data sharing across organisational boundaries to help ecosystems of partners, suppliers and even competitors to reach their sustainability goals. These could include delivering better service, reaching net-zero targets, and offering cross-organisational support to generate innovation. IOTICS enables digital cooperation by delivering a secure technology layer across ecosystems to ensure data is kept secure, shareable and interoperable.
Royal HaskoningDHV is an independent company dating from 1881 integrating engineering, design, consultancy, software and technology to deliver more added value for clients. Through our mission Enhancing Society Together, we take responsibility for having a positive impact on the world and contribute to UN Sustainable Development Goals. We constantly challenge ourselves and others to develop sustainable solutions to local and global issues related to the built environment and the industry. Backed by the expertise of 6,000 colleagues working from offices in more than 25 countries across the world, we are helping clients with challenges ranging from climate change and digital transformation to changing customer demands and the energy transition.
The ODI is a non-profit company, founded in 2012 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee (world wide web inventor) and Sir Nigel Shadbolt. Our mission is to work with companies and governments to build an open, trustworthy data ecosystem. To achieve this vision, we need people who are data literate; able to think critically about data in different contexts and examine the impact of different approaches when collecting, using and sharing data and information. Improving the data literacy of our workforce is essential to helping organisations evolve their data practices and get more value from data.
The ODI operates as an Institute. Our work includes applied research; consultancy services; training and providing free reports, tools and webinars. We focus our efforts in three broad areas: 1. Improving the data practices of organisations so that they can build and manage adequate data infrastructure and data use.
2. Tackling challenges so that the data ecosystem works better.
3. Gathering and creating research, evidence and knowledge about data to inform companies and policymakers as they create data infrastructure, assets, practices and policies.
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CIMPA is a major player in PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) services and a subsidiary of Sopra Steria provides end-to-end services in consulting, information systems integration, business processes, and support. CIMPA guides and supports its clients in their digital transformation, in various industries such as aerospace, defense, transportation, and energy. Its added value lies in the ability to meet its clients’ strategic and operational challenges. CIMPA has over 1500 employees in Europe.
Sopra Steria is a European tech leader recognised for its consulting, digital services and software development, helps its clients drive their digital transformation to obtain tangible and sustainable benefits. It provides end-to-end solutions to make large companies and organisations more competitive by combining in-depth knowledge of a wide range of business sectors and innovative technologies with a fully collaborative approach.
Decision Lab is the UK’s leading decision intelligence company and at the forefront of digital twin implementation. We are passionate about using our expertise to help clients achieve their goals.
By augmenting and assisting human decision makers, we foster rapid, informed, and effective decision making that can merge mathematical modelling, optimisation, simulation, data science and artificial intelligence.
We believe that decision intelligence platforms are vital to enterprise productivity in today’s complex and ever-changing world.
Founded in 2011, we have a proven track record of delivering successful solutions that improve systems used by millions of people.
Our clients include some of the biggest and most respected businesses in the UK, such as Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Microsoft, the Ministry of Defence, Thames Water, Babcock International and GlaxoSmithKline.
Be at the forefront of your industry with the most complete decision intelligence. Contact us today!
OnePlan is the ultimate way to plan events and venues, together. Its easy-to-use software enables event organisers to visually plan their event sites collaboratively with stakeholders, and with pinpoint accuracy. It connects seamlessly to Venue Twin – the hyper-realistic digital twin solution that unlocks revolutionary new opportunities for stadiums, arenas and venues. Commercial teams can design hospitality and fan experiences, while operational and security teams can visually plan from any angle, any time.
OnePlan’s platforms are used by over 25,000 events and venues in 110 countries, including major sports teams, International Federations, music festivals, town events, weddings, and more. All gaining from the environmental sustainability benefits the software enables, including a substantial reduction in the need for site visits.
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Autodesk is changing how the world is designed and made. Our technology spans architecture, engineering, construction, product design, manufacturing, media and entertainment, empowering innovators everywhere to solve challenges big and small. From greener buildings to smarter products to more mesmerizing blockbusters, Autodesk software helps our customers to design and make a better world for all.
CReDo is a climate change adaptation digital twin demonstrator being developed by Connected Places Catapult to help increase resilience across the infrastructure system. CReDo brings together data across energy, water and communications assets into a model to create a bird’s eye view of the infrastructure system highlighting the interdependencies between the networks. CReDo is a collaboration across Anglian Water, BT and Openreach and UK Power Networks bringing in expertise from the Science and Technology Facilities Council with DAFNI, CMCL and the Universities of Warwick, Newcastle and Edinburgh and climate data from Fathom.
CReDo showcases the advantages of combining data and insights across sectoral and organisational boundaries. The resulting improved coordination of operational and investment decisions, including inter- and intra-sector collaboration, will better understand risks and increase resilience against extreme weather events. The project’s ambition is to capture additional sectors and participants, at national scale.
3Ci, The Cities Commission for Climate Investment, is an innovative collaboration of local government and the private sector aimed at supporting local authorities secure the necessary long-term finance for achieving net zero. The first Commission of its kind, 3Ci is working as a jointly-led partnership, engaging cities, regions and communities across the UK to accelerate common, investible solutions to the climate crisis.
We commit to playing a key role in delivering our ambitious national net zero commitment, city by city and neighbourhood by neighbourhood. This includes the retrofit of homes and commercial properties, integration of renewable energy, shifts to sustainable transport networks, circular waste management, and the enhancement of green spaces and waterways. Our on-the-ground leadership will bring business, finance and local communities together, to secure the necessary long-term finance for achieving net zero and ensure that solutions to accelerate change through innovation are fair to all.
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Awaretag have developed a sensor technology and machine learning platform to measure and visualise insulation and mould risks to buildings and people over time, and in 3D.
The company has been developing the technology over 3 years working with University of Leeds and University of Huddersfield to perfect the machine learning.
They are currently working with some of the largest Councils and Housing Associations in the UK helping them to understand the vulnerabilities in their homes, and plan improvements to the building and wellbeing of their tenants.
Advanced Infrastructure develops and provides spatial analytics and digital twins for the energy transition.
Local Area Energy Planner Plus (LAEP+) is a web-based geospatial intelligence tool used by Local Authorities, Energy Networks and Private Developers to support the siting of low carbon technologies such as Solar PV and the creation of decarbonisation strategies across transport, heat and generation.
LAEP+ is supported by a range of energy and carbon datasets that help identify and triage opportunities to decarbonise. Examples of the datasets include rooftop PV potential, electricity network data, conservation areas and demographics.
- Overlay, analyse and export- Create custom maps populated with hundreds of datasets and run browser-based analysis to identify and evidence the suitability of different sites for low carbon energy interventions.
- Filter and shortlist-Search & filter across the map to triage potential sites and shortlist opportunities.
- In-browser analytics- Translate climate action plans into specific projects & volumes of assets, baseline current potential for low carbon technologies and view data as exportable charts, graphs, tables and maps.
Emu Analytics is a London-based SME whose Digital Twin software, Flo.w, analyses and visualises real-time geospatial data in a dynamic and user-friendly manner, empowering users of all levels of technical expertise to work with temporal & geospatial insights to solve business challenges. Flo.w has already been deployed across several sectors including aviation, maritime and rail to support cutting edge, data-led decision making across transport sectors to help organisations achieve efficiency, safety, and sustainability goals.
Esri is the global market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, location intelligence, and mapping, helping customers unlock the full potential of data to improve operational and business results.
Esri UK is the exclusive distributor for Esri solutions in the UK, serving more than 2,000 customers across the country, including architecture, engineering and construction organisations, transport, water companies, electrical and gas utilities, major telecoms operators, local councils, central government departments, police and fire services, corporate real estate businesses, major retailers, insurers and a wide range of other private and public sector organisations.
With its pioneering commitment to geospatial technology, Esri engineers the most innovative location-based solutions, to better monitor, manage and optimise systems, bringing together disparate digital twins to address some of the most challenging issues that we, as a society, face.
Using the power of Geo-data, we take away uncertainties and decrease risks. Whether you’re building an offshore wind farm or a power line grid.
What that looks like? Establishing site and route characteristics. Mapping the Earth’s surface and subsurface. And determining soil composition, characteristics, and properties.
We can help you by:
- conducting technical studies, surveys, and investigations
- conducting geographical surveys and investigations
- mapping the (sub)surface of Earth
From raw data to practical advice
We help you determine the best way to use a site to safely, sustainably, and efficiently design and build. How? By collecting data and transforming it into practical advice.
With us on board, you’re empowered to make informed decisions, cut construction costs, and reduce installation and operational risks. No matter how technically demanding your project is.
Support before, during, and after
We support construction projects with pin-point positioning, monitoring, and visualisation services. Once your asset is operational, we help with its management programme for optimal reliability, longevity, and utilisation. And because we’re scanning, monitoring, and analysing the structural integrity non-stop, we’ll continuously support you to comply with regulatory requirements. It’s also how we catch vulnerabilities before they become a problem.
Cyclopic are an innovative Start-Up company that were voted one of the leading Net Zero companies in the AIRBUS ‘Why Stop at Zero’ competition after being awarded an IUK Smart Grant to develop their electric drive-system.
The groundbreaking drive-system provides a totally scalable platform that introduces a breakthrough for efficient manufacture for Net Zero transport. incorporating patented technology this innovation will lead the way in AI and robotic applications. Cyclopic are excited to be working with the award-winning team at CAV LAB to create a digital twin platform to showcase the EV Platform and the numerous applications it will provides across multiple industries!
The drive-system provides drive, braking, steering, suspension in one unit. Electric height adjustment /kerbside delivery, parallel parking creates a vehicle that is uniquely manoeuvrable. – Urban EV/ POD ideal for SMART City environments PODS, Warehouse AMRs, agri tech vehicles / drones.
20 Full Grant patents UK/ International.
Great things happen with digital twins and trusted data”. 1Spatial work with organisations to deliver increased productivity, reducing or avoiding costs and increasing output. 1Spatial achieve positive outcomes for organisations by enabling the implementation of information management frameworks for digital transformations.
1Spatial’s vision is to help to make the world safer, smarter, and more sustainable by unlocking the value in information, enabling better decisions and greater insights. We are a global leader in information management, helping organisations build strong data foundations for improving the quality, availability, and timeliness of information available to organisations for positive outcomes. Our clients include national mapping and land management agencies, utility companies, transportation organisations, government, emergency services and defence departments.
We partner with industry leading technology and consultancy companies, bringing together people, processes, technology, and information.
1Spatial is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with operations in the UK, Ireland, USA, France, Belgium, Tunisia, and Australia.
At Twinview, we aim to help business to make smarter data-led decisions in real-time throughout all stages of the lifecycle of a building, from concept to operation.
We do this by seamlessly integrating all your data, such as your BMS, IoT sensors and O&M files into our Digital Twin Platform, creating a real-time, 2-way communication between your physical and digital assets.
Our state-of-the-art platform enables you to reduce your building’s energy usage, improve your operational efficiency, transform your building handover process, achieve SmartScore accreditation and much, much, more.
From data analytics to building automation and predictive maintenance, Twinview’s platform delivers measurable results in real-time.
With Twinview, you’ll have everything you need to make informed decisions and take your business to the next level.
Want to know more? Visit us for a personalised demo and discover the future of building intelligence.
Twinview’s Digital Twin Platform, turning building data into building intelligence.
We are a software technology company from Imperial College generating EV charging demand forecasts. We develop new algorithms and software solutions that predict short-term (hours ahead) and long-term (5-8 years) demand changes. With our forecasts we help charging point operators plan their charging network expansion and we support EV fleet operators with their fleet charging operation. Our company was incorporated in August 2021 and secured several competitive grants from Innovate UK, DfT and APCUK.
Understanding how we travel, the choices we make and where we’re going to and from is critical to the efficiency, safety and sustainability of mobility networks and services. For the first time, OpenSpace puts this information into the hands of those that need it most – asset operators. We want buildings and cities to be designed and operated with a real understanding of the movement of people in mind. OpenSpace brings customer experience to the forefront of asset operations, automating decisions at a scale that are impossible to make on the ground in real-time using connected digital twins infrastructure… OpenSpace is a visual data fusion platform that integrates with a variety of data sources to allow practitioners to unify the lifecycle of the asset from dynamically evaluating, refining and communicating designs at an early design stage through monitoring, analysing and forecasting the customers experience once the space is operational.
Slingshot Simulations is a place-based decision intelligence software-as-a-service solution provider, applying cutting edge data science and digital twins to tackle some of the biggest challenges we face today – climate change, sustainability, resource management, public health and more. Our solution enables our customers to make better decisions faster and at lower cost with higher levels of stakeholder engagement and improved outcomes for all. We do this by prepopulating the place of interest with relevant data, automating and simplifying modelling, simulation and analytics and rapidly sifting and prioritising the vast array of intervention options in a place based, geospatial context.
Syselek is a developer of software and electronics solutions in freight transport, which are underpinned by digital models and digital twins. To deliver commercially viable environmental sustainability, we help freight fleet operators with electric truck charging infrastructure, combining our knowledge and experience from both the transport and energy sectors to optimise the fleet and equipment use. We further design high power equipment for energy hub networks with EV charging, unlocking economic opportunities in the net zero electrification transition.