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Research: Urban digital twin developments to exceed 500 by 2025

Transformative urban digital twin and city modelling developments are expected to grow from a handful of early implementations to 500 by 2025.

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National Digital Twin Day showcases digital transformation progress

CDBB and the ICE brought together digital pioneers to provide an update on digital twins, the National Digital Twin Programme and to celebrate the launch of the CDBB’s Digital Twin Hub (DT Hub).

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Evaluating BIM level 2 three years on

Paul Newby, engineering services director at SES Engineering Services (SES) evaluates the successes and failures of the BIM Level 2 mandate and where the industry needs to go in the future.

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The legal section: UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650

May Winfield, Simon Lewis and Andrew Croft explore aspects of the legal section of the UK Guidance Framework for ISO 19650.

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Graitec launches BIMUp global digital conference

Graitec has announced it will be holding a global BIMUp digital conference on the 8-10 October for its customers and potential customers.

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Digital transformation: Does the emperor really have any new clothes at all?

John Eynon ponders the nature of reality, life imitating art and embracing change in an ever-changing digital world.

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Revu for reviews: Arup goes digital for project delivery

Bluebeam’s Revu has helped Arup improve collaboration and move towards a paperless future.

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Communication breakdown in construction projects

Stuart Bell looks at some of the common issues surrounding poor information management and sets out some simple steps to encourage adoption.

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Structural health monitoring to improve decision-making for masonry arch bridges

Sam Cocking, a PhD student at the CSIC working under the supervision of Prof Matthew DeJong, reports on a structural health monitoring.

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How the G-Cloud enables change in public sector procurement

John Ketteley, executive chairman of Elecosoft, considers how the government’s digital marketplace is enabling vital change in public sector procurement beyond the build and into a sustainable future.

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