Updated: Oct 21, 2020
By Adam Beck | Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand | Secretariat, Centre for Data Leadership | Administrator, ANZ Digital Twin Hub
Digital Twin Week 2020 opened with a 'Digital Twin State of the Nation' discussion, comprising two sessions:
Session 1: State of the Nation Panel Dialogue
Replay the opening session at Digital Twin Week as we hear from our panel of guests on how the Digital Twin market has advanced over the past year, what have been the wins and where is work still needed to be done.
Our panellists included: Keri Niven (Aurecon), Julian Watts (KPMG), Richard Ferris (Lendlease), Kate Williams (FrontierSI) and Gavin Cotterill (PCSG).
Session 2: Next Steps in Activating Spatial Digital Twins and the role of Governments and Industry
Spatial Digital Twins are by their nature representative of complex systems, their interactions, and scale from building, to precinct, to region to country wide, spanning private and public spaces, data, use cases and users. This discussion aims to better define the current and future roles of different levels of government, expand on current and planned initiatives and the areas where collaboration is accelerating the adoption and use of Digital Twins.
Our panellists included: Bruce Thompson (NSW Spatial Services), Tim Mumford (Infrastructure Australia), Brian Nicholls (AAM).
You can watch a recording of the session here: