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A liveable city Digital Twin, and more...

Submitted by Robyn Francis on October 4, 2021

Three diverse Digital Twin research projects are currently underway, with the learnings to be presented at Digital Twin Week 2021.

Although the projects focus on different use cases, insights and recommendations, they are consistent and cover the themes of user experience, data, platforms and tools, infrastructure and governance.

The three collaborative research projects to be presented are:

  • AusEnHealth - a national digital environmental health decisions support platform to access, visualize and analyze environmental health data, reports and models, and provide tools to support adaptation planning, vulnerability assessment and decision making

  • Liveable City Digital Twin - a precinct level, analytics-aided and standards-based 3D/4D Digital Twin in Western Sydney focussed on urban liveability and climate adaptability use cases

  • National Digital Twin for Flood Resilience - a New Zealand-based project developing and testing the specifications needed for a New Zealand flood resilience Digital twin and implementing it for selected urban areas.

On Tuesday 19th October at 2:00pm AEDT Kate Williams, Chief Business Officer at FrontierSI, will be hosting a knowledge exchange session with a number of guests including:

You can register for this session here.


You can also register for your discounted DTW weekly pass here to gain access to all sessions or select from our individual sessions in the program catalogue here.

Via Digital Twin Hub