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EST (Toronto) Feb 8, 2024
GMT (London) Feb 8-9, 2024
AEDT (Melbourne) Feb 9, 2024
4:00 PM
9:00 PM
8:00 AM
Introduction & Welcome, including acknowledgement of Country
4:30 PM
9:30 PM
8:30 AM
The NSW Digital Twin Journey
Narelle Underwood
The New South Wales Digital Twin programme has delivered a one-stop-shop for government spatial data, products and services. In this presentation Narelle will describe some of the key highlights of Live.NSW and share use cases of how it is solving real world challenges.
5:00 PM
10:00 PM
9:00 AM
Digital Twins in Wellington
Sean Audain
Sean will share key Digital Twin innovations from Wellington, New Zealand, that he has championed as the City Innovation Lead at Wellington City Council.
5:30 PM
10:30 PM
9:30 AM
An Ocean Digital Twin for Supply Chain Resilience
Dr. Colin Robertson
This work describes an ocean digital twin as the basis for improving supply chain resilience in the maritime sector. We provide an overview of the system architecture and sample analyses afforded by a digital twin representation. As well, we discuss how an ocean digital twin can interface with other emerging technologies in the shipping sector such as digital twins of ports and vessels.
6:10 PM
11:10 PM
10:10 AM
6:45 PM
11:45 PM
10:45 AM
Accelerating digital twin readiness with a CSIRO Early Adopter Program
Marie Truelove & Amber Standley
Although many of Australia's Spatial Digital Twin initiatives have been running for numerous years, challenges remain to collaboration and the technologies wide-spread adoption. In response CSIRO's Terria team designed an Early Adopter Program (EAP) to enable rapid engagement with numerous organisations to learn and co-design spatial digital twin projects tightly focused on well-defined use cases. In this presentation the team will share some of the key insights and learnings from the EAP so far.
7:15 PM
12:15 AM
11:15 AM
Spatial WA - A Benefits Driven Digital Twin Approach
Darren Mottolini
Spatial WA will deliver Western Australia an Advanced Spatial Digital Twin providing a common platform for government and industry to collaborate, plan and generate scenarios within a highly accurate virtual environment. Spatial WA will enable better data discovery and access with advanced tools for analytics, modelling, workflows and collaboration spaces. This presentation will provide an overview of the plan to deliver Spatial WA and the expected use cases that will deliver benefit for the State of Western Australia.
7:45 PM
12:45 AM
11:45 AM
Beyond Connected Digital Twins: The World Avatar
Professor Markus Kraft
The advent of digitalization brings new opportunities for data-centric engineering, leading to increased efficiency in science, engineering, and society. However, the implications of digitalization for environmental and social sustainability remain uncertain. In this presentation, I will introduce "The World Avatar," a dynamic knowledge graph designed to construct a comprehensive digital replica of the world. I will elucidate the core concepts and principles underpinning this initiative, showcasing how it can facilitate seamless integration and enable data-centric decision making and operation. I will also present use cases that demonstrate how The World Avatar can aim to enhance efficiency, reduce costs, diminish carbon emissions, and bolster resilience, ultimately showing a path to master the challenges of the Energy Transition into a smart future.
8:15 PM
1:15 AM
12:15 PM
Digital Twins in New Zealand
Sam Wiffen
Through his experience with working on underground Digital Twins in New Zealand, Sam will highlight key learnings around governance, including data sharing in order to realise the value of Digital Twin technology.
8:45 PM
1:45 AM
12:45 PM
Digital Twin Initiatives in Australia
Tony Wheeler
In this presentation, Tony will summarise key initiatives in the region, and describe highlights and learnings from a broad industry perspective.
9:15 PM
2:15 AM
1:15 PM
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