This week DTCC organized a 3-day workshop titled “Urban Digital Twins: Data Models, Use-Cases, and Data Models.” Researchers from Italy, Greece, Bulgaria, and Sweden gathered to delve into the cutting-edge advancements in urban digital twins and present their latest research findings.
Last week the DTCC Board approved the final milestone project financed by the centre in its first period (2020 – 2024). “Twin Re-Fab” will develop a workflow for circular renovation and reuse based on digital fabrication and robotic construction techniques.
The DTCC associated project DecarboAIte is applying machine learning (ML) to extract features from publicly available databases to enrich urban digital twin and provide optimized renovation measures for decision-support.
This week the DTCC Board of Directors confirmed RISE – Research Institutes of Sweden as new centre partner. RISE will contribute valuable expertise in several related areas such as urban development, IoT, visualization, and computational geometry. In addition, RISE has a key role in facilitating tool and prototype development.
Digital Twin Cities Centre, Chalmers Styrkeområde IKT och Johanneberg Science Park välkomnar dig att ta del av Digitala Tvillingar – utmaningar och möjligheter för Sveriges kommuner och städer, en serie webinars i fyra delar under hösten 2022.
After a successful launch last year, this year’s DTCC professional education course focusses on digital twins and urban analysis.