Yesterday, Helsingborg, Ale, University West, Paramountric and Winniio officially joined the Digital Twin Cities Centre (DTCC).
Welcome to the final presentation of the FOI project MiljöVis, where we report project results, demonstrate a prototype and discuss development opportunities for the project.
Last week Akademiska Hus officially joined the Digital Twin Cities Centre (DTCC). Among other Akademiska Hus will contribute with digital models for over 12000 objects and their expertise in developing and managing real estate projects.
The Digital Twin Cities Centre (DTCC) and GATE institute hosted a joint workshop to present the ongoing work within Research Area 0 - Digital Twin Platform.
Epic Games has committed an 80000 dollar grant to support the game engine development in the Centre. The Digital Twin Platform (Research Area 0) makes use of the many capabilities that Epic’s Unreal Engine can offer to all researchers and partners in the Centre.
On May 27th, the Board of Directors was officially inaugurated as the Digital Twin Cities Centre’s (DTCC) supreme decision-making body.
The application “Nordic Link-securing Nordic linear infrastructure networks against climate induced natural hazards” was successful, and will receive a 12 million NOK grand from NordForsk for a three-year project period beginning in September 2020.
With over 70 participants representing 30 partners from academia, industry and the public sector, the newDigital Twin Cities Centre (DTCC) was launched in a virtual kick-off event. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the kick-off took place in the form of large video conference.
In today's urban planning noise pollution is an under appreciated factor that can have negative impacts on our health and well-being.