The inaugural New Zealand Digital Twin Summit was hosted in Wellington on Thursday 8th July 2021. Close to 100 policy makers, practitioners and academics gathered for a day of intensive dialogue and workshopping to set direction on building a thriving marketplace for this powerful data activation capability.
The program included:
Digital Twin State of the Nation
In this opening session we asked the key question - "where is New Zealand at in terms of benefiting from Digital Twin action and investment"? Our panel of leading policy makers, practitioners and advocates will also review the nation's journey since the 2019 Digital Twin New Zealand Forum.
Emerging Digital Twin Capability
This panel session comprised national government, Council, academic and private sector representation discussing the maturity of the market and how capability is being advanced.
The Australian New Zealand Digital Twin Blueprint
In this session we provided an update of the Digital Twin Blueprint, and how public sector, private sector and academia in New Zealand are working to implement best practice projects through the 2021 Digital Twin Challenge.
Digital Twin Futures
The final session for the day involved three (3) deep dives workshops around the themes of 'The Policy', 'The Commons' and 'The Enablers. These deep dives enabled dynamic dialogue in an effort to identify New Zealand's key priorities in building a thriving Digital Twin marketplace that delivers greater sustainability and prosperity for all.
The session speakers included: