On 26th January 2022, Prof. Balbir Barn from LDTRC delivered a keynote talk on “Digital Twin: Current Practice and Future (Sociotechnical) Prospects” at the MDENET Symposium 2022. Digital Twin research and activity is prevalent such that Digital Twins are acquiring silver bullet status. In the United Kingdom in particular, Digital Twin features as a key strand in future-proofing UK infrastructure such as that described in the UK Innovation Strategy. Notably, Digital Twins (DT) have a family resemblance to computational modelling and computer simulation more generally. The talk outlined the importance of the role of DT, their key characteristics, the types of digital twin and their underpinning enabling technologies. Continue reading “Keynote Talk at MDENET Symposium 2022”
The London Digital Twin Research Centre has today kicked-off another British Council project that aims to develop curriculum on “Digital Twin for Health System Resilience” with partner Universitas Gadjah Mada (Indonesia) and other associated partners Health Office at Kulon Progo, Mlati II & Samigaluh II Primary Healthcare and PT Sisfomedika, within the Going Global Partnerships Indonesia programme.
Here is the link to the Kick-off meeting programme
The London Digital Twin Research Centre has today kicked-off the project “Urban Resilience in Agriculture Through Highly Automated Vertical Farming in Vietnam and the UK” with partner Van Lang University and Khang Thinh Irrigation Tech (Vietnam), within the British Council’s Going Global Partnerships programme.
Link to the details of the Programme
The longer version of the closing event can be found here
Project “Digital Twin Modelling for Automation, Maintenance and Monitoring in Industry 4.0 Smart Factory” is now completed with a final event, the Workshop on Digital Twin and Industrial Automation on the 12th January 2022. The hybrid workshop is being jointly organised by the two partners London Digital Twin Research Centre (Middlesex University London, UK) and Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Sci city (India). Key outcomes of the project include a developed digital twin of the Festo/Siemens smart factory, 4 dissemination workshops, 2 panel/special sessions and 2 keynote speeches at conferences, 16 research papers and 16 postdoc RAs and students being trained from the project, as well as new partnerships formed with industrial partners and organisations. For more details please join us at the event via this direct link
The workshop schedule (in Indian IST time, which is 5.5 hours ahead of the UK time) is here: UKIERI workshop schedule
Updated (12.01.2022): The workshop attracted a large audience of 140+ participants (65+ in person and 78 online). Some shots from the workshop:Continue reading “Closing Event for UKIERI Project on Digital Twin for Industry 4.0”