Newcastle’s Space Group has launched its very own property technology platform, Twinview. It is to revolutionise the way that buildings are managed and perform in ways not seen before. It has taken 4 years to develop the platform and is powered by cloud-based, 3D digital twins (digital replicas of physical buildings). Its aim is to connect virtual and physical buildings with real-time analytical data.
Up until now, all information and data held on a building has been kept as hard copy, which needs consistently updating if it is to stay correct and relevant. Twinview can integrate a property’s intelligence onto a single platform, allowing the user to:
The concept for Twinview was developed due to discussions with clients and the challenges they were facing. After a building was handed over the information regarding propriety software, training and hardware was not being maintained. The Grenfell Tower tragedy fell victim to this as there was no ‘golden thread’ of information made accessible by anyone, leading to zero accountability for the disaster.
“There are firms that deliver elements of what Twinview has to offer, however, not many can do everything that we are doing in one environment” said Twinview co-founder and Space Group CEO, Rob Charlton. He goes on to add “Twinview removes the need for specialist and expensive hardware, software and training as users can view models online using only a web browser”. Models can be updated, and it is possible to view and access real-time data right down to individual asset level in milliseconds.
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