London Digital Twin Research Centre (LDTRC) has joined 130+ leading industry and academic organisations from all over the world as a full member of the Digital Twin Consortium (DTC).
Digital Twin Consortium drives the adoption, use, interoperability and development of digital twin technology. It propels the innovation of digital twin technology through consistent approaches and open source development. It is committed to accelerating the market and guiding outcomes for users.
The goal of the consortium is to be The Authority in Digital Twin as it relates to policy, security, interoperability and overall development of digital twins. The consortium will define the ecosystem, standards requirements, architectures, open source code, identify gaps, and publish statements and opinions. This will be done in partnership between industry, academia and government in a collaborative open environment.
- Prof Balbir Barn gave his thoughts on the risks and opportunities for universities under the COVID-19 situation and how digital twin technology can have an impact
“This year signals UK higher education’s very own anthropocene – a sector-defining point at which universities pivoted en masse to deliver emergency online teaching and new modes of working.” read more
This month, the London Digital Twin Research Centre (LDTRC) was launched at MDX with a workshop featuring talks by international academic and industry specialists on the potential of digital twin technology and its benefits to businesses.
The launch event – Workshop on Digital Twins for Global Digital Transformation with a great line of speakers. Fantastic talks! With thanks to our project funders Newton Fund, UKIERI and British Council Continue reading “Official launch of the London Digital Twin Research Centre”
Mr. William Davis attends the International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management 2020 at University of Oxford, United Kingdom and received the best presentation award