In part 3 of Digital Construction Hub’s interview with the Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB), we focus on sustainability, looking at how digital twins can help companies decarbonise their built infrastructure and assets. As with the previous two parts of the interview, the work done by CDBB can be taken and adapted for any region, including the Middle East.
Speaking to DC Hub were:
- Alexandra Bolton, Independent Consultant, and Former Executive Director, Centre Digital Built Britain
- Peter El Hajj, InfraTech Advisor, KPMG, and Former National Digital Twin Programme Lead, Centre Digital Built Britain
- Mark Coates, International Director of Public Policy and Advocacy, Bentley Systems and Former Industry Lead for the National Digital Twin Programme, Centre Digital Built Britain
- Part 1: Digital Twins and the Gemini Papers – What is a digital twin?
- Part 2: Digital Twins and the Gemini Papers – Data transparency and security
- Part 4: Digital Twins and the Gemini Papers – Use cases