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The concept of a digital twin has been around since the early 2000s (predominantly in manufacturing, aerospace, automotive and engineering disciplines) however only in recent years has the Twin been within reach in our industry thanks to improvements in IoT, bandwidth and processing power. A digital twin can be defined, as an evolving digital profile of an asset, a bridge between the physical and digital world, that collects and tracks behaviour over time and utilises this data to optimize asset performance. The Twin is powered by real-time, real-world data across an array of dimensions. But how does a digital twin benefit users? This presentation will share case studies on how Willow is using the digital twin in both commercial/corporate office and infrastructure to improve the asset performance and occupant / user engagement.

Who's Presenting

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Ian Siegel

Digital Project Director, Willow

Digital Project Director, Willow

Biographie

Ian has an incredible passion for leveraging technology to improve the process of how major building projects are designed, constructed, maintained, and operated. He is highly skilled in assisting clients through strategic and technical challenges in the delivery of Digital Twin solutions to benefit operations. Ian is currently leading Willow’s Digital Twin delivery teams on several new construction projects for Brookfield Properties, Oxford Properties, and The Durst Organization. 

Prior to joining Willow, Ian led the BIM practice at Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects (KPF) in New York, guiding the digital strategy and BIM implementation on some of the firm’s most high-profile domestic and international projects. Ian played a key role in the BIM implementation of SL Green’s One Vanderbilt Avenue, a Class-A office tower in New York with below-grade connection to Grand Central Terminal.

He has also authored online training courses in advanced BIM software applications on Lynda.com

The concept of a digital twin has been around since the early 2000s (predominantly in manufacturing, aerospace, automotive and engineering disciplines) however only in recent years has the Twin been within reach in our industry thanks to improvements in IoT, bandwidth and processing power. A digital twin can be defined, as an evolving digital profile of an asset, a bridge between the physical and digital world, that collects and tracks behaviour over time and utilises this data to optimize asset performance. The Twin is powered by real-time, real-world data across an array of dimensions. But how does a digital twin benefit users? This presentation will share case studies on how Willow is using the digital twin in both commercial/corporate office and infrastructure to improve the asset performance and occupant / user engagement.

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