Digital Twin Planning
Digital twin technology, like much of the modern construction technology we use, is a relatively new tool that companies can use in their planning and during project execution.
The first step is communicating with the client about the intended purpose of the digital twin. Some of the use cases for a digital twin:
- Simulating potential scenarios would help identify potential safety hazards in a facility and develop solutions to mitigate them.
- Testing potential solutions in a simulated environment could avoid costly mistakes and ensure the most efficient use of resources.
- Analyzing data from a digital twin would help identify areas where operations can improve and reduce facility costs.
BIM Working has the BIM expertise, agile work processes, and tools required to enable the development of a custom digital twin solution.
For building owners interested in turning as-built BIM models into a digital twin for facility & asset management, BIM Working is offering a no-obligation call to discuss potential use cases.