Smart Innovators: Digital Twins For Buildings
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This report provides real estate and facilities management executives with an assessment of emerging digital twin technology for buildings and facilities. Digital twins have been deployed at industrial sites and manufacturing plants to optimize industrial facility operational excellence and product designs. Whilst digital twins are used at industrial sites, they are not commonly used for office buildings and facilities. Based on our analysis of market-leading digital twin vendors, this report reviews what defines a digital twin software platform today, core usage scenarios and the maturity of the digital twins for buildings market. Corporate workplace executives, asset managers, landlords and facilities management can use this report to better understand how digital twins have the potential to deliver value in buildings and facilities.
Table of contentsReal Estate And Facilities Executives Struggle To Manage Massive Amounts Of Data From Disparate Building Systems
Digital Twins Solve Problem Of Siloed Digitization By Bringing A Whole Lifecycle View Of The Digital Building
Introducing Digital Twins For Buildings
Digital Twins Connect Up To Six Different Categories Of Data
Graph Databases And Analysis Toolkits Underpin Digital Twins
There Are Many Different Types Of Building Digital Twins Depending On What Is Modelled
Digital Twins Provide Users With Tools To Optimize Building Design, Operations, And Workplace Environments
Building Operations Can Benefit From Improved Visibility Into Building And Team Performance
Digital Twins Help Enhance Workplace Experience And Maximize Space Utilization
Digital Twins Help Property Portfolio Management By Improving The Building Sale Process
Digital Twins Unlock Building Data And Help Owner-Occupiers Understand Their Building
The Market For Building Digital Twins Is Undergoing Fast Development
Buyers Face Confusing Marketing And Lack Of Compelling Proof Points In The Digital Twin Market
Four Strategies For Buyers To Get Value From Digital Twins Now
Table of figuresFigure 1. Smart Buildings Digitization
Figure 2. Digital Twin Components
Figure 3. Different Levels Of Powerful Analytics
Figure 4. The Road To A Full Digital Twin
Figure 5. Digital Twin Output
Figure 6. Digital Twin Sources Of Value
Figure 7. Vendor Backgrounds
Organisations mentioned@Home, Agente Studio, Arup, Automated Buildings, Bentley Systems, BrickSchema, Building Technologies Office of the US Department of Energy, CBRE, Challenge Advisory, Cityzenith, Cohesion, Compagnie Maritime Belge, CREtech, Cushman & Wakefield, Deloitte, Enertiv, Envizi, Facilio, GitHub, Golder, Hamilton Health Sciences, HELIX RE, IEEE, Integrated Environmental Solutions, Investa, ISS Norway, JLL, Johnson Controls, Laramar Group, Matterport, Metrikus, Microsoft, National Real Estate Investor, Nemetschek, Nuvap, Nuvolo, Pressac, Project Haystack, Propmodo, PropTechNL, RelayHealth, Rigado, Rittal Smart Service, SAS, Schneider Electric, Senseye, Siemens, SlideModel, SpaceIQ, Spacewell, Spica Technologies, Strukton Rail, Switch Automation, The Scarborough Hospital, ThoughtWire, Trimble, Unissu, Willow, Yanzi
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