Hloov will enable regional construction stakeholders to leverage cutting edge technology and processes to design, build, and manage carbon-neutral projects.
Data, technology, and services specialist Hloov – which aspires to realise a waste-free engineering and construction (E&C) sector – has become the first regional member of the Digital Twin Consortium.
Through its collaboration with the Digital Twin authority and its international members, Hloov will enable regional construction stakeholders to leverage cutting edge technology and processes to design, build, and manage carbon-neutral projects.
A digital twin is a virtual representation of real-world entities and processes, synchronised at a specified frequency and fidelity. Digital twin systems transform businesses by accelerating holistic understanding, optimal decision-making, and effective action.
Digital twins use real-time and historical data to represent the past and present and simulate predicted futures. Digital twins are motivated by outcomes, tailored to use cases, powered by integration, built on data, guided by domain knowledge, and implemented in IT/OT systems.
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