04 Apr 2022 | Industry Insights
Advanced reporting is a way of feeding information to building owners, giving them a greater understanding of how their building is operating. Twinview provides flexible reporting ensuring regular updates and analysis of building performance to all stakeholders.
Using the reporting feature, building owners can achieve improved space utilisation by utilising design options and editing the 3D model of their building.
Twinview offers the capability for users to report on how different spaces are used throughout a building, in turn, allowing them to make more informed decisions on how best to utilise the spaces. Doing so can lead to reduced costs and increased productivity of the workforce.
The emergence of digital twin technology has been one of the most exciting developments of our generation. In this piece, we'll address some of the most frequently asked questions regarding digital twins, both in a general sense and as they relate specifically to budlings. By the end of this article, you should better understand what digital twins are, how they work, and why they're becoming an increasingly important technology in various industries.
Using the design options feature, users can make changes within the 3D model of their building to see how the space will function before implementing any changes live. This is a key feature of digital twins and Twinview in particular.
Twinview provides your operations team with access to a 3D model of your property. This enables them to explore the building and its assets in a virtual space that exactly mimics its physical representation.
Within the 3D model, users can save different variations such as room layouts or by simply moving assets around the building.
Easily pick up assets in a space and move them around to see how they will function and whether it fits before deciding to implement them for real.
Our parent company, Space Group, hosts an annual _shift conference that brings together industry leaders and professionals from around the world to discuss the latest strategies and innovations in decarbonising the built environment. Held on November 9th in Newcastle upon Tyne, this year's conference was a tremendous success, with hundreds of attendees joining in-person and online.
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In this episode of Twinview Talks, we speak to Phanos Hadjikyriakou, CEO and Co-Founder of 2050 Materials, about how the AECO industry can address it's carbon challenges, and what role data plays in unlocking those for us.
Building Management Systems (BMS) have long been the gold standard in controlling and monitoring a building's mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical services. These systems streamline operations, allowing facility managers to oversee everything from HVAC to lighting to security systems. However, a new technology has emerged that pushes the boundaries of building management even further – the digital twin.