Digital Twin – Science Fiction or Reality?
The future of design and construction is digital with iterative relationships between the digital and physical environment. The Digital Twin Unit combines the design expertise of global architectural practice Scott Brownrigg with the powerful TwinIt platform to create virtual and interactive replicas of their buildings and assets.
The future calls for physical buildings, delivered with a practical, connected digital twin accessible by users, owners and operators. The role of the architect is changing and extending towards providing clients with strategic design for their visual, digital environments – enabling them to manage and adapt spaces with a swipe and a click.
Smart environments will depend on interconnected digital twins to drive towards zero carbon, significant cost savings and improved wellbeing.
The presentation will feature live demonstration of case study projects, including Scott Brownrigg’s offices in London, showcasing real-time data collection used to create simulations, predictions and plans for the future.
Scott Brownrigg is a global design leader ranked in the top 20 largest in the UK and within the Global Top 100 architectural practices. With a vision to transform the industry and enrich lives through the built environment to create a better world.
The practice undertakes projects across all major sectors from business space, education, residential and mixed use through to advanced technologies, hospitality, civic and cultural, transport and defence.
Studios are located across the UK in London, Edinburgh, Guildford and Cardiff and international studios in New York, Singapore and Amsterdam. These together with strategic alliances in the Middle East and Hong Kong enable Scott Brownrigg to serve its growing international client and project base.
Discover more at: scottbrownrigg.com
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