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Digital Twin Technology 2020 in Construction
The total US digital twin industry is anticipated to ascend from $3.8 billion to virtually $36 billion by 2025, driven in part by the COVID-19 pandemic according to the research conducted by Markets and Markets. In times of COVID-19, digital twin technology makes it possible for the building owners to design and build for utmost social distancing under a diverse human traffic scenario to strategically integrate and assess building components such as the temperature of the building occupant, contact-free interfaces & robotics. While BIM software application and 3D visualization tools are significant during the design and construction phases, a digital twin embraces the operational phase of the building accommodating the mass scaling of 3D models and data.
What is Digital Twin?
A digital twin is an associated, virtual representation of a physical asset, product, or system. The technology facilitates in creating an interface that bridges the digital and physical worlds in construction and building management. The application of a digital twin is an encapsulated software model that reflects an exclusive physical object, process, organization, or person. Digital twins can integrate the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, machine learning & software analytics with the spatial network for creating living 4D BIM digital simulation models that update and change as per change in physical counterparts.
What are the Benefits of Digital Twin in Construction?
Construction Schedule Optimization:
A digital twin of a building helps to simulate the construction process revealing bottlenecks in the process, or interference among activities that are scheduled, resulting in smooth construction activities with minimal disruption.
Construction Progress Tracking:
Whenever a digital twin is used in construction, the workflow gets constantly updated with site information. There is no need to have several visits by the different parties as they can simply check the digital model. Rather than scheduling visits and meetings, someone on-site can be tasked with keeping the digital twin updated, which can be accomplished with mobile devices, and using drones for easier data collection.
Change Order Management:
A digital twin also helps in handling change orders. By simulating alterations in the building model, AEC professionals can examine various options in a short time. This is used for cost optimization and man-hours related to change order, reducing the impact on the project schedule and budget.
What are the Useful Applications of Digital Twin Trends in Construction?
Automated Progress Monitoring
As-Built Vs As-Designed Models
Resource Planning And Logistics
How does BIM Digital Twin help in Job-site Safety During Corona virus Pandemic?
Several construction firms are struggling to find their footing in the fast-changing environment of today. A BIM digital twin is a virtual representation of a structure integrating the physical elements of the building as well as the external data like alterations in climate or tenant and visitor traffic for improved understanding of how the building will function throughout the entire project life-cycle.
Facilitates Detailed Building Modeling :
BIM Software applications facilitate modeling every bit and piece of a building, through which you can get a digital copy of that construction. If you have a digital twin of the hotels that the Army Corps of Engineers attempt at converting into hospitals, it would make the planning process quite easier through BIM Services.
Allows Designers to Monitor Product Data:
Digital twin technology provides an advantage over BIM by allowing designers to virtually create, analyze, build and monitor product data, thereby closing the feedback circle between design and operations and creating a bridge between the physical and digital world. As a result of which a project team can get the advantages of a construction analysis run beforehand, saving schedule time, and removing inefficiencies in the building process.
Automated Progress Monitoring with As-Built & As-Planned in BIM:
By recreating an as-built state of a construction, it can be compared with an as-planned implementation in Building Information Modeling and corresponding actions can be simultaneously taken to amend any deviance. This can be done by reconstructing a building and registering it to the model coordinate systems in BIM, which is later compared to an as-planned model on a shape and object level. Thus, through an automated data collection and comparison methodology, the resulting model to as-designed BIM models becomes less prone to human error as the digital twin resolves the common construction process problems.
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