Digital twins - how they empower sustainable development + Construction (BIM)

Nov 16, 2021 · Stuttgart, Germany

Agenda
- Presentation 1: Digital Twin: A virtual copy of reality by Florian+Tim
- Presentation 2: Digital twins to empower sustainable development, by Sara
- Presentation 3: Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Lifecycle Assessment – an Enabler for Sustainable Construction of Real Estate by Kilian
- Events to come (Norbert)
- Discussion

---------- Presentation 1:
Title: Digital Twin: A virtual copy of reality
Description: Talking about IoT often also refers to the linking of the virtual and physical worlds. In order to access physical devices from the virtual world we need some helpers to connect those worlds together. This can be realized using digital twins. Using those enables us to retrieve the current state and also change it without needing physical access to the device. In this way, virtual structures can be modeled and data can be linked with each other.

In this talk we want to show a concrete example of how power consumption in a city can be modelled and queried by using Azure Digital Twins. Based on this graph we can generate insights on the eletrical grid and its surroundings and relations to analyze and optimize on cost.

Speaker:
- Florian Bader, Software Architect, AIT GmbH & Co. KG
- Tim Steiner, Software Developer, AIT GmbH & Co. KG

---------- Presentation 2:
Title: Digital twins to empower sustainable development
Description: Digital twins can effectively accelerate the progress on sustainable development with a three-fold contribution:

- they make information accessible
- they enable new solutions and new markets, for example with remote maintenance
- they can be employed to measure the impact of the real applications on society and environment

Not only can digital twins deliver innovation, connectivity, productivity, and efficiency gains across many sectors, they can also help to overcome social and economic exclusion.

Following the life-cycle of one machine, we will show how digital twins can be employed to support sustainable development, and more in particular circular economy.
Speaker: Sara Carniello, Founder of metinsi - together for sustainable technologies (Graz)

---------- Presentation 3:
Title: Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Lifecycle Assessment – an Enabler for Sustainable Construction of Real Estate by Kilian

Description: The construction and real estate sector account for aproximately 38% of global CO2 emissions. Therefore the reduction is an important political and social goal. The emergence of digital twin technology in construction offers an opportunity to connect social goals with economic necessity. The construction industry, being a late starter in digitization, now has accelerated, using the broad integration of computer aided design (CAD) as a starting point for developing a digital twin approach for the lifecycle of buildings. Simulation of different materials used with regard to circularity enable sustainability-focused decision making, within the design or engineering phase of the construction process.

Speaker: Kilian Treiber, Senior Expert Project Management at WOLFF & MÜLLER Holding

Target audience: People interested in the current state of software, technology and sustainability trends within the construction industry. Presentation delivers a broad overview with focus on digital twin as enabler for circular economy.

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