Green Society - Digital Twinning: data-led decision making for Sustainable Development

An image from dreamstime, showing a green space on the left, and a rubbish dump on the right, contrasting each side against each other
Iria Heitel Wolfson student in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment
Date 02/12/2021 at 18.00 - 02/12/2021 at 19.00 Where Online (Zoom)
Book

Green Talk lecture series - How Digital Twin Technologies can help decarbonise and preserve the built environment and ensure the conservation of the natural capital.

An image from dreamstime, showing a green space on the left, and a rubbish dump on the right, contrasting each side against each other

Adaptation to climate change is a necessity, and we are urged to develop strategies to mitigate the effects of climate change on our communities and contribute to reducing carbon usage to achieve net-zero targets by 2050. 

A Digital Twin is a virtual representation of an asset in real-time, can produce simulations and predict the performance of a product or service. Digital twin technologies are key to developing future strategies to decarbonise the built environment. They offer capabilities to manage complex systems, facilitate advanced analytics and track carbon emissions over the whole life cycle. 

Join Iria Heitel for a discussion about the role of digital twin technologies in sustainable development.

Moderator: Helle Porsdam, Wolfson visiting Fellow

News