The SABRE Centre is delighted to announce that it has recently joined the international Digital Twin Consortium® (DTC®).
The SABRE Centre is delighted to announce that it has recently joined the international Digital Twin Consortium® (DTC®). Research Lead at SABRE, Dr. Robin Stubbs, noted, "One of our key themes at SABRE is the development and advancement of Digital Twins. Several projects are active, including creating a Digital Twin of Waterford City. Joining DTC will enhance our ability to collaborate internationally with the leading experts in this field, and we look forward to exploring the many opportunities open to us.”
"We're excited about having SABRE as a member of DTC," said Dan Isaacs, GM & CTO, DTC. "Their experience in using a digital twin to transform Waterford City into a smart city focused on buildings and infrastructure will help us understand the challenges they encountered and the approaches they used to overcome them during their smart-city transformation.”
Digital Twin Consortium drives digital twin technology's awareness, adoption, interoperability, and development. Through a collaborative partnership with industry, academia, and government experts, the Consortium is dedicated to the overall development of digital twins. The Consortium accelerates the market by propelling innovation and guiding outcomes for technology end-users—visit Digital Twin Consortium.
The SABRE Centre is a strategic alignment of existing research and innovation activity within the Department of Architecture & Built Environment at South East Technological University (formerly WIT). The Centre incorporates three established Research Groups (aRCH, BIMC and iBERG) which have been active for over a decade, together with individual ‘self-tasked’ research staff.
The Centre ensures greater coordination, critical mass, capacity and impact across a number of key connected themes. It has enabled successful targeting of significant funding opportunities at local, regional, national and EU/international levels.