What are Digital Twins?

Digital Twins are 3D representations of existing objects such as engineering models, proposed buildings, and structures. They provide up-to-date documentation of the item and the components that it’s made from, this could include recording maintenance or replacement of components. These are often combined with a wide range of external data feeds – from other software, databases, or even real-life sensors and cameras. They are frequently utilized for multi-user interactions like design reviews, training sessions, site familiarisation, and more.

Collaborative Visualization

By combining multiple plans into a shared, digital domain, you can quickly and easily identify any potential issues before they even happen. This can not only help you save time and money, but also reduce logistical complexity and improve safety. Furthermore, remote collaboration reduces the need for travel and makes it easier to get all of the right people in the right place when it matters.


Quickly visualize your whole developments and augment them with any extra information you may require. By linking the projects with back-end database servers or sensors, you can feed your models with the latest status updates and watch them respond to those changes in real-time.