Georgia Tech Building Construction Experience With Digital Twin Applications for Security
The digital transformation of facilities is impacting all organizational teams, particularly security operations, and leading academic institutions are providing knowledge of this future environment. In this presentation, we will share the case study of the Georgia Tech Masters in Building Construction and Facility Management Program’s research into digital twins and their application, including security design and operations. In this project, industry-experienced students gained critical real-world experience with 3D technologies and practiced on campus buildings while interacting with campus security, first responders and facility operations. The technology innovations provided a detailed visual context for multi-disciplinary discussions and critical thinking, exposing students to deeper understanding of security design, standards and operations while driving value to the university.
- Participants will understand the future digital transformation tools impacting design, construction and operations.
- Participants will identify opportunities through case examples to partner with academia and bring technology innovations into the classroom .
- Participants will identify how Digital Twins are used for analysis and communications, involve multi-discipline and stakeholder feedback to deliver best outcomes for AEC and Security professionals.
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