Spatial Source webinar: Spatially Enabled Digital Twins for Cities

When:
12 November, 2020 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
2020-11-12T13:30:00+11:00
2020-11-12T14:30:00+11:00
Where:
Webinar
Contact:
Spatial Source & Bentley
Spatial Source webinar: Spatially Enabled Digital Twins for Cities @ Webinar

Australia is one of the most urbanised nations in the world and its population is expected to increase substantially over the next few decades. As our cities continue to grow, governments are looking for innovative ways to create smarter and more sustainable cities, and to achieve this, a data driven approach is key.

Local governments in Australia are now turning to digital twin platforms to better utilize and integrate disparate data sources, relating to infrastructure projects, environment, transport, property and more. The goal is to help planners and developers predict the future impacts of a development before the project begins in the real world.

In this webinar, we will discuss the value of city-scale digital twins and how they can help connect the data, people, workflows, and ideas necessary for improved urban mobility, resilience and sustainability, leading to a better quality of life for citizens.

The webinar will cover the following:

– Create an always-available city-scale digital twin
– Visualise and communicate in 3D to improve stakeholder engagement
– Examples of cities going through transformation
– Next steps for a city to get started

Register here

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