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ICE welcomes Transport for the North’s call for a Northern Budget, but a regional infrastructure strategy will be required to fully utilise it.
19 August 2019
The notion of creating a Digital Twin of a built asset – a digital representation of a physical asset that's also connected to its physical twin to exchange real-time data – has been increasingly widely discussed in the past couple of years in the AEC sector, says Paul Wilkinson.
14 August 2019
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The complexity of the UK’s infrastructure needs to 2050 is unprecedented. The forthcoming National Infrastructure Strategy is an opportunity for the government to set out a strategic approach to UK infrastructure provision to address this complexity; not a list of projects, but a plan for optimising the many benefits that we already know good infrastructure generates for the UK.
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