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From BIM to Twin!

In recent years, BIM has emerged as the gold standard for 3-D digital modeling and continues to be the way architects, developers, construction managers, owners and contractors coordinate complex construction projects. But BIM is limited by the input provided to it by all the stakeholders. What if there was a way to build and maintain infrastructure with greater certainty? What if 3D modeling was enhanced with simulation modeling and real-time information response?

BIM remains the starting point for many architects and construction managers, but it has not produced the productivity gains the industry needs. Projects are still going over budget and past scheduled completion dates. The evolution of BIM is the digital twin.

Digital Twins are the next step forward for the construction and property management industry - enabling enhanced simulation modeling, real-time information operational response, and optimized lifecycle management. Learn more about the evolution from BIM to Twin and how Digital Twin Consortium is leading the way with its growing ecosystem of industry partners.
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Richard Ferris, Head of Engineering, Lendlease, and John Turner, VP of Innovative Solutions, Gafcon
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  • From BIM to Twin! Dec 9 2020 8:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Richard Ferris, Head of Engineering, Lendlease, and John Turner, VP of Innovative Solutions, Gafcon
    In recent years, BIM has emerged as the gold standard for 3-D digital modeling and continues to be the way architects, developers, construction managers, owners and contractors coordinate complex construction projects. But BIM is limited by the input provided to it by all the stakeholders. What if there was a way to build and maintain infrastructure with greater certainty? What if 3D modeling was enhanced with simulation modeling and real-time information response?

    BIM remains the starting point for many architects and construction managers, but it has not produced the productivity gains the industry needs. Projects are still going over budget and past scheduled completion dates. The evolution of BIM is the digital twin.

    Digital Twins are the next step forward for the construction and property management industry - enabling enhanced simulation modeling, real-time information operational response, and optimized lifecycle management. Learn more about the evolution from BIM to Twin and how Digital Twin Consortium is leading the way with its growing ecosystem of industry partners.
  • Applying Digital Twin Technologies in Aerospace & Defense Recorded: Nov 4 2020 31 mins
    Co-chairs of Aerospace and Defense WG - James A. Sumpter, PhD, Air Force Research Lab and Jordan Garrett, Dell Federal
    McKinsey estimates that linking the physical and digital worlds could generate up to $11.1 trillion a year in economic value by 2025 by reducing maintenance costs, improving performance, increasing capacity and optimizing design. The impact of digital twin technology on the Aerospace and Defense industry will be immense.
    Digital Twin Consortium Aerospace and Defense working group is focusing on the applicability of digital twin within this sector. The working group will identify needs for digital twin interoperability and explore Aerospace and Defense use cases such as weapons design, aircraft maintenance and air travel. In addition to exploring simulation scenarios including separating a digital twin from its physical corresponding device and establishing a simulated environment in which the digital twin can interact and to simulate interactions with the twin, the working group will identify opportunities for testbed activities.
    Join the webinar to learn more about how the industry is coalescing to define the semantics required to describe a digital twin, identify standards gaps and requirements and build a use case library. Members of the consortium, which is open to all businesses, universities and government agencies, drive deeper understanding of how the Aerospace and Defense sector can utilize digital twins to improve across the lifecycle.
    The discussion will include more about the Digital Twin Consortium Aerospace and Defense Working Group goals, roadmap, and current work in progress and how you and your company can get involved.
  • Digital Twins in Manufacturing – An Enormous Opportunity Recorded: Oct 21 2020 32 mins
    Sameer Kher, Senior Director, Product Development, Ansys; co-chair of Manufacturing WG
    Digital twins are being used to manage the performance, effectiveness, and quality of a manufacturer's fixed assets such as manufacturing machines, lines, and plants. When advanced visualization, IoT, and analytics are applied to these assets, manufacturers can take a more strategic and holistic approach to asset management. Digital twins represent an enormous opportunity for manufacturers, including engineering, design customization, production, and operations.
    Manufacturing is becoming increasingly digital and digital twins can be applied during the engineering, design, production and operations phases of a product lifecycle to improve products and predict or detect problems.
    Digital Twin Consortium focuses on the applicability of digital twin to the manufacturing process in various industries.
    Join the webinar to learn more about the Digital Twin Consortium Manufacturing Working Group goals, roadmap, and current work in progress and how you and your company can get involved.
  • Application of Digital Twin Tech to Infrastructure – Developing Best Practice Recorded: Oct 7 2020 34 mins
    Richard Ferris, Head of Engineering, Lendlease, chair of Digital Twin Consortium Infrastructure Working Group
    The Digital Twin Consortium Infrastructure Working Group assists the property, construction and infrastructure industries deliver standardized definitions, protocols and methodologies to enable the creation and application of precise, knowledge-rich digital twins that replicate, simulate and evaluate the physical twin. With limited interoperability throughout the lifecycle and confusion in the market created by a lack of standardization, Digital Twin Consortium is building the ecosystem to solve these challenges. Although BIM adoption is on the rise, construction productivity is falling. Digital Twins are poised to disrupt the infrastructure sector – from construction and real estate management to roads and transit. Learn more about how the industry is coalescing to define the semantics required to describe a digital twin used for infrastructure development, identify standards gaps and requirements and build a use case library. Members of the consortium, which is open to all businesses, universities and government agencies, drive deeper understanding of how the infrastructure sector can utilize digital twins to enable new ways of doing business and create new opportunities.

    Join the webinar to learn more about the Digital Twin Consortium Infrastructure Working Groups goals, roadmap, and current work in progress.
  • Leveraging Digital Twin Technology in Natural Resources Recorded: Sep 23 2020 33 mins
    Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO, XMPRO and co-chair of Natural Resources Working Group
    Digital twins are gaining acceptance in Natural Resources sectors such as oil and gas, mining and metals, energy, and utilities, with aggressive adoption plans. There are differing perspectives and confusion about applications, definitions, value and approach.

    The Digital Twin Consortium Natural Resources Working Group is focusing on the value and application of digital twins across the overall lifecycle of Natural Resources assets, processes and operations. The group is also focusied on delivering standardized definitions, protocols and methodologies to enable the creation and application of precise, knowledge-rich digital twins that drive value by improving the application of capital to projects and operational excellence during operations and maintenance. With limited interoperability throughout the asset lifecycle, and confusion in the market created by a lack of standardization, the Digital Twin Consortium is building the ecosystem to solve these challenges.

    Learn more about how the industry is coalescing to define the semantics required to describe a digital twin used for Natural Resources development, identifying standards gaps and requirements and building a use case library. Members of the consortium, which is open to all businesses, universities and government agencies, drive deeper understanding of how the Natural Resources sector can utilize digital twins to improve across the lifecycle.

    Join the webinar to learn more about the Digital Twin Consortium Natural Resources Working Group goals, roadmap, and current work in progress.
  • Demystifying Digital Twin Terminology, Taxonomy and Technology Recorded: Sep 9 2020 31 mins
    Dan Isaacs,VP & Technical Director, Digital Twin Consortium and Dr. Said Tabet, Dell, co-chair TTT Working Group,
    This webinar will look at the latest developments that are turning the digital twin into a must have for many industries, and the factors driving this accelerated adoption and deployment.

    Included will be a discussion of the lifecycle of digital twins and a blueprint for a reference architecture framework.

    Platform stacks supporting open source and open standards based on real world applications and use cases will be presented. 

    The term digital twin is being used with increasing frequency, but with little consistency, across multiple industries today. Technologies enabling digital twins have evolved considerably, while a simple taxonomy/ontology/vocabulary for the concept itself has not. The Digital Twin Consortium Technology, Terminology & Taxonomy Working Group fills this void by recommending a preferred definition, taxonomy, and, ultimately, hierarchy of digital twins to enable the industry to speak with a common vocabulary on this concept – enabling better understanding through shared definition and vernacular.
     
    Digital Twin Consortium is working to define common characteristics, evaluate models and methodologies, and recommend a taxonomy/ontology/potential hierarchy of digital twins to help industries better understand the continuum of digital twins from simple to complex.

    Learn more about how Digital Twin Consortium, the Authority on Digital Twin, is driving efforts to advance Digital Twin technology across markets, improving interoperability and influencing future standards and requirements, and how you and your company can get involved: https://www.digitaltwinconsortium.org/membership/
  • What is Digital Twin Consortium? Recorded: Jul 15 2020 34 mins
    Dan Isaacs, Technical Director, Digital Twin Consortium and Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO, XMPRO (member)
    The digital twin market is estimated to grow from USD 3.8 billion in 2019 to USD 35.8 billion by 2025, how will it get there? Learn how Digital Twin Consortium is growing the ecosystem of industry, academia and government agencies to drive the adoption, use, interoperability and development of digital twin technology. Digital Twin Consortium is The Authority in Digital Twin as it relates to policy, security, interoperability and overall development of digital twins. The consortium will define the ecosystem, standards requirements, architectures, open source code, identify gaps, and publish statements and opinions. Digital Twin Consortium VP Technical Director Dan Isaacs will provide an overview on what problems the consortium is looking to solve and what its priorities are in its first year. He will be joined by Digital Twin Consortium member Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO of XMPro. Come hear what Digital Twin Consortium is all about and see if membership will benefit your business.
  • Embracing Digital Twin--Now is the Time! Recorded: Apr 14 2020 50 mins
    Teresa Tung, Accenture; Eric Harper, ABB; Brad Klenz, SAS
    At an IOT Solutions World Congress panel discussion entitled “Embracing Digital Twin” this past October, we shared how to get started with digital twin, its adoption path benefits and challenges, and what to expect in the next five years.

    By having a virtual model of physical assets, digital twin can be used to predict behaviors of the assets, prescribe actions, and design possible versions. Twins incorporate views across asset lifecycle, their relationships, and serves as a foundation for collaboration across engineering design, manufacturing, operation, maintenance, supply chain and logistics.

    Join us for a virtual discussion as our expert panelists discuss how recent events makes it even more critical and present new opportunities to get started and gain benefits with digital twin.

    Moderated by: Teresa Tung, Managing Director, Accenture Labs
    Teresa Tung is a Managing Director at Accenture Labs responsible for Systems & Platforms R&D. Accenture’s most active inventor (170+ patents filed or granted), Teresa’s expertise covers Big Data, IoT, and robotics. Teresa holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering Computer Science from UC Berkeley.

    Panelist: K. Eric Harper, Senior Principal Scientist, ABB Future Labs
    Leading global research focused on software architecture and emerging disruptive technologies, K. Eric Harper is a Senior Principal Scientist with ABB Future Labs responsible for internal projects that leverage machine learning and artificial intelligence to create a more sustainable future.

    Panelist: Brad Klenz, Distinguished IoT Analytics Architect, SAS
    Brad Klenz is Distinguished IoT Analytics Architect at SAS. His responsibilities include the design of analytics required by SAS’ IoT solutions. His recent projects include the use real-time computer vision on edge devices. He is chair of the IIC Industrial Artificial Intelligence task group.
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