How trusted digital twins can unlock the UK’s sustainability efforts

by Dr Kevin Macnish - Head of Ethics and Sustainability Consulting
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Virtual replicas of real-world assets can play a significant part in achieving the country’s net-zero ambitions. But this won’t happen without the willing involvement of the public. This article demonstrates the road to compatible digital twin technology across the UK and how we can use this innovative solution to support the UK’s sustainability goals.

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