Last chance: Building city-scale digital twins webinar

By on 28 October, 2020

Register nor to join us for tomorrow’s webinar on building an always-available, city scale digital twin.

As one of the most highly urbanised nations in the world with significant population growth forecasted, our urban planners need as many tools at their disposal as possible.

Large scale digital twins have the potential to combine a multitude of data source and tools into one unified environment, facilitating strategic planning and modelling capabilities previously unthinkable — a service increasingly in demand for those that can deliver it.

Join us on November 12 for a session specifically on creating city-scale, spatially-enabled digital twins for cities, presented by Bentley Systems’ product sales engineer for reality modelling, Glen Burke.

“Australia is one of the most urbanised nations on the planet and the recent pandemic has only further highlighted that our cities need to be sustainable, resilient, and provide a high quality of life for citizens. Transparent urban planning is key to make a city where people and businesses want to be,” he said.

“This webinar will discuss the value of city-scale digital twins for local governments in Australia with a focus on how cities can visualize and communicate in 3D to improve stakeholder engagement in the planning process.”

Register for this special event and see you tomorrow.

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