Digital twin enthusiasts can find new learning content on the ICE Learning Hub, as part of this month’s update.
The new programmes join the previously released ‘Digital Twin – Can civil engineers learn from Formula One?’, which explores one of the first successful practical digital twin concepts. Together, these provide members with a dedicated set of digital twin learning programmes.
Digital Twins – An Introduction
This programme is for built environment professionals who would like to understand the basic digital twin concept. It goes on to explain what the UK government, through its centre of excellence (CDBB) are doing to encourage the development of a National Digital Twin.
Digital Twin - What Industry Leaders Need to Know
Featuring interviews with industry thinkers, users and providers from the National Digital Twin Day, held on 9 September 2019 at ICE, this programme outlines the benefits and barriers that surround the creation of a digital twin.
Digital Twin - NIC and data for the public good
With this programme, built environment professionals can discover more about the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) report ‘Data for the public good’ and how that has set a vision for a National Digital Twin to improve the way we plan, build, use and manage our infrastructure.
The programme features interviews with Sarah Hayes, Project Director for Regulation at NIC, and Paul Wilkinson, a construction technology consultant.