Our Geospatial department specialises in a variety of robust geospatial services. Enabling us to provide critical data analysis and assistance to our high-tech clients in order to meet their projects’ and clients’ requirements.
A digital twin is a virtual representation of a real-world physical system, building or product (a physical twin) that serves as the indistinguishable digital counterpart of it for practical purposes, such as system simulation, integration, testing, monitoring, and maintenance. A digital twin can be used in real time and regularly synchronised with the corresponding physical system.
Visualisation technologies such as augmented reality (AR) systems are being used as both collaborative tools for design and planning in the built environment integrating data feeds from embedded sensors in cities and API services to form digital twins.
Building or structure-specific real-world data is gathered and combined to produce digital twins utilising IoT-related technology including drones, sensors, cameras, and 3D laser scanners. A digital twin is able to learn from various sources and automatically update to reflect changes made to its real-world counterpart when assisted by IoT and AI.