Digital Twins are beginning to leverage the rapid proliferation of rich, dynamic, and highly precise 3D spatial data with sophisticated analytics capabilities to provide unprecedented insights to end users. FrontierSI and its partnership network already have deep expertise in spatial data and technologies which underpins the creation and operation of Digital Twins, and we are looking to leverage this expertise to advance the development of Digital Twins.
State and Territory governments are being challenged to provide access to 3D/4D cadastral data for integration with building models and other property data to form an integrated Digital Twin. In recent times, there has been significant progress in delivering these spatially enabled Digital Twins however, there remains many high-level challenges that need to be addressed to operationalise digital twins of our cities and natural environment.
FrontierSI, through its co-funding of research and innovation, is seeking to invest in projects which significantly advance the creation of Digital Twin products and services in support of its government partners’ priorities. The benefits from the next generation spatially enabled Digital Twins will be maximised if we can collaborate, share our data and make Digital Twins accessible within an ecosystem for the broadest possible range of users. We are determined to build spatial capabilities across government, industry and universities to enable an ecosystem of integrated digital twins.
FrontierSI Digital Twin Proposal Template (stage 1)