Digital Twin Journeys: Sensors and Sensibility

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When we travel by train, we expect that we will arrive at our destination safely and on time. Safety and performance of their service network is therefore a key priority for Network Rail. Our latest video in the Digital Twin Journeys series tells the story of how researchers have inherited two intensively instrumented bridges and are transforming that high volume and velocity of data into a digital twin showing the wear and pressures on the bridges, as well as other information that can help the asset owners predict when maintenance will be required and meet their key priorities.

Read the full news release for this video: https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/news/digital-twin-journeys-smart-infrastructure-safety-and-reliability-across-rail-network

You can read more from the Staffordshire Bridges project by visiting their research profile: https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/research/digital-built-environment/staffordshire-bridges-long-term-performance-monitoring-using

This research forms part of the Centre for Digital Built Britain’s (CDBB) work at the University of Cambridge. It was enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub, of which CDBB is a core partner, and funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF).

To join the conversation with others who are on their own digital twin journeys, join the Digital Twin Hub: https://digitaltwinhub.co.uk/
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