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Digital Twinning in Practice: Insights, Potentials, and Challenges

Jun 3, 2024   |   1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
Virtual Event

Digital twins – detailed digital replicas of physical buildings – are recognized for enhancing design, management, and operational processes.

This session will present the fundamentals of digital twin technology, its integration with building information modeling (BIM), and the creation of interactive, real-time building models. It will highlight the technology’s role in optimizing various stages of a building's lifecycle, from planning to operation.

Attendees will learn about the application of digital twins in the building sector through case studies. These examples will demonstrate the technology's impact on occupant health, environmental sustainability, and operational efficiency. The presentation also will address challenges in adopting digital twins, including industry standardization, setup costs, data privacy, skill requirements, and the need for interdisciplinary collaboration.


Dr. Issa Ramaji
Dr. Issa Ramaji

Associate Professor, Roger Williams University, and Founder & CEO, dataArrows


Learning Objectives

  • Understanding digital twin basics
  • Real-world applications and case studies
  • Navigating implementation challenges and potential solutions
  • Exploring common use cases
  • Anticipating future trends and innovations

Accredited by

AIA Learning Units:

1 LU


0.1 CEU

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