Applications are now open to the 2021 Digital Twin Challenge, a program to accelerate government leadership in catalysing Digital Twin application across Australia and New Zealand.

The program will offer 10 government entities mentoring and benefits from leading experts and organisations. The program will also serve to help advance the Australia New Zealand Digital Twin Strategy as well as building some critical support resources for the wider Digital Twin community.

We are seeking five (5) local councils and five (5) state/territory/regional government agencies to offer up a plan or project or initiaitve (referred to as Challenge projects) with which the benefits of a Digital Twin can be realised. This may be an infrastructure project, an urban renewal precinct, a masterplan or you aspire to create a Digital Twin Strategy for your organisation. You may even be interested in building a training program for Digital Twin capability within your organisation.

Through the Challenge we will:

  • create model templates and other knowledge resources for each of the 10 Challenge projects

  • document and share the learnings among the ten Challenge cohort participants

  • celebrate the outcomes with the broader market place

  • promote your Digital Twin leadership globally

We are also seeking interest from the private sector and the research community to play a fundamental role in providing the technical expertise to support the projects.


This collaborative program of activities will ultimately benefit the wider market place as progress resources are shared, along with the final set of resources in 2022.


Applications are now open.​ JOIN US




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