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Summary

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With the dazzling technological development of the recent years, the physical world and the virtual world have come even closer together. After the introduction of various Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions and advancements in Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins have become the new futuristic obsession of various sectors. Developed in the early 2000s, this concept has now come into the spotlight as a technology that is even more avant-garde than Building Information Modeling. It is our opportunity to enhance asset performance, help actors anticipate adverse environmental effects during the life cycle stages, forecast maintenance activities based on sensor data and bring further benefits for built asset all across the globe.

Who's Presenting

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Dogu Taskiran

CEO, Stambol Studios

CEO, Stambol Studios

Biographie

Dogu Taskiran is the CEO of Stambol Studios, a Vancouver-based creative technology studio specializing in highly immersive content and experiences through Virtual and Augmented Reality. Dogu is an Expert Software Engineer and a team leader with nearly 20 years of experience in high-performance interactive software applications. He started his career building various educational training applications and simulation systems in the defense industry. Following his passion for video games, he later moved to work on several award-winning AAA titles as a Lead Gameplay Programmer at Electronic Arts, and as the Studio Tech Lead and Expert Engine Programmer at Ubisoft.

With the dazzling technological development of the recent years, the physical world and the virtual world have come even closer together. After the introduction of various Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions and advancements in Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins have become the new futuristic obsession of various sectors. Developed in the early 2000s, this concept has now come into the spotlight as a technology that is even more avant-garde than Building Information Modeling. It is our opportunity to enhance asset performance, help actors anticipate adverse environmental effects during the life cycle stages, forecast maintenance activities based on sensor data and bring further benefits for built asset all across the globe.

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