Digital Twin in Heritage Conservation
This three-day executive programme is aimed at built environment professionals and heritech enthusiasts in the conservation sector who want to gain practical experience with digital twin technologies.
Time & Location
28 Jan, 9:00 am – 01 Feb, 12:00 pm
Singapore, 117356, 8 Architecture Dr
About the event
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Conducted as part of NUS Graduate Programmes in Architectural Conservation
S$1,750 (Inclusive of 8% GST)
Description:This three-day executive programme is aimed at built environment professionals and heritech enthusiasts in the conservation sector who want to gain practical experience with digital twin technologies. A digital twin is a connected, virtual counterpart of a physical product, asset, or system with the elements and dynamics of how the complex system runs and evolves over time. Hence, the digital twin architecture consists of three main components: the physical entity, the virtual model, and their connection. A digital twin is a virtual representation of an object or system that spans its lifecycle, is updated from real-time data, and uses machine learning to aid decision-making processes. This course is suitable for those with no prior experience.
This course will cover the following:
● An introductory understanding of what is digital twin concept and how it may be used within the built heritage industry
● An examination into how Revit and BIM may be used as part of the digital twin concept
● Hands-on experiences with a digital twin model supplemented with data professionally gathered from a conserved historic shophouse
The course will be conducted by a dedicated team from Twin Logic, a software development company which specialises in the usability and adaptability of digital twin models to help owners manage their buildings better.
Participants will be advised to carry their laptops for the entire workshop.
Session 1NUS Department of Architecture
Session 2NUS Department of Architecture