Smart Technology: How digital twins are central to cities' strategies?

Presented by

Dinky Lin, AIOT Specialist at CMI UK; Vivian Zhang, Marketing Director of Smart City R&D Center

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The COVID-19 crisis is an opportunity to rethink how cities are designed and make them better equipped to stop the disease from spreading. Join this webinar, you will know what smart technology has been used during the pandemic and what they could be improved in the future. You will also learn what the Digital Twin technology is and how it is going to be applied to Smart City planning. •How cities are turning to collective intelligence to enable smarter approaches to COVID-19? •How smart city & healthcare approaches can technologically optimize all aspects of urban/remote living in the fight against future pandemic? •What is a digital twin and why is it important to Smart City? •How to create digital twin and enable insight and innovation in design, operations and overall performance for the Smart City system?

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