The Digital Twin in Action
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 2:00PM – 3:00PM Eastern Time
The idea of a “digital twin” – a living, constantly updated and analytical representation of an asset, building or system – has been gaining momentum. As IoT sensor technologies improve, cloud computing becomes more robust, and companies realize the power of applying machine learning and AI, the future of the digital twin seems bright. Learn how a variety of structures from automotive manufacturing facilities, to oil & gas refineries, to a pro football stadium are using digital twins to create real efficiencies. The discussion will identify the tools used, challenges, value and what is ahead.
EVP & CTO, VyzAI
Mr. Dave Truch is a Technology Director in the Digital Innovation Organization (DIO) and is accountable for exploring future digital technology trajectories offering new innovative digital solutions that could enhance what BP does, disrupt what BP does or offer new business opportunities for BP. He and the DIO team use an eco-system approach to scan the horizon for technology trends and opportunities across the globe. Through these efforts, BP has effectively used new technologies assisting them in a diverse set of activities such as water quality monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico to people tracking on the North Slope of Alaska to innovative new data analysis for predictive maintenance to advanced imaging capability for environmental monitoring of wildlife, frost heaving of pipelines and subsidence measurements, to name a few. Currently, he and the team are very active in the arena of autonomous machines, mixed reality, industrial mobility and artificial intelligence to name a few. He received his Bachelor of Science and Masters in Physical Chemistry from the University of Calgary. Dave has a passion for hockey and continues to play in an adult league in Houston.
Chief Innovation Officer, Zelus
As the Chief Innovation Officer of Zelus (zelus.xyz), Ted Mort has overseen the growth of all operations including VDC Services, Reality Capture, and Product Development. His focus on pragmatic applications of new technology has led the team to integrate the tangible value of digital twins through hundreds of diverse clients, including some of the biggest names in Commercial Office, Hospitality, Industrial/Manufacturing and Retail. Ted is an industry influencer, sitting on the Board of Directors for the US Institute of Building Documentation and the United Surveyors of Arizona, Chairing the Phoenix Chapter of the Society for Construction Solutions, while lecturing at Arizona State University and Grand Canyon University.
Director of Workflow, Kaarta
Tony Sabat is a consultant, adviser, and writer in the AEC/ Built World industries focusing on innovative and disruptive technologies and processes. He specializes in workflow, technology integration, and implementation. Tony has experience in the industry working from many different vantage points from the surveyor/engineer to the general contractor/construction side and now to the consulting side. Tony focuses primarily on the intersection of technology and process including such methods as reality capture and digital twins, drones/UAVs, virtual design and construction, BIM, integrated project delivery, and even blockchain technology.
Jeremiah Karpowicz is the Executive Editor for the Technology Group at Diversified Communications. He has created articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks and plenty more for various communities as a contributor and editor.
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