Recording, monitoring and predicting the location of things, and their interrelationships are a powerful way to organise information in complex environments- especially when many stakeholders, considerations and challenges surround these things. Unique geographic identifiers provide the consistent reference point to achieve a clarity and continuity amongst change- and provide a solid foundation for future initiatives to be built upon.
Integrating different systems used in city management represents a continuing challenge
Efficient 3D indoor navigation can offer customers access to relevant information and provide a more efficient method for using various indoor spaces.
The underground infrastructure is a very complex and heterogeneous system with many different functions, owners and users.
Digital Twins combine a series of technologies to deliver a virtual representation of the real world, enabling simulation, analysis, sharing and communication of spatial knowledge.