Spatial Digital Twin Standards survey

By on 27 May, 2022

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The SSSI Spatial Digital Twin Standards Working Group is asking members of the surveying and spatial sector to complete an important industry survey.

The purpose of the survey is to assist the Australian spatial community better understand the standards being utilised in the development and delivery of spatial digital twin products and services.

The information gathered will help SSSI to deliver to its members the support needed to further promote and deliver world-class geospatial digital twin products, both nationally and internationally.

The deadline for taking part is Friday, 3 June.

A follow up survey acquiring more technical details of spatial digital twins will follow after the close and evaluation of the present survey.

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