The Digital Twin promises to revolutionise how we manage our assets and buildings. Murphy Geospatial can accelerate your digital transformation with MAC – the Murphy Geospatial Asset Capture service.Contact
Murphy Geospatial are perfectly placed to assist our clients with the digitisation of their assets. Our 38 years’ experience delivering survey data for buildings, roads, railway and utility infrastructure means we understand how to present data in various digitised formats. In recent years we have invested in technology, including MAC, that allows us to scale up the volume of data that we capture without compromising on geospatial accuracy. We have developed workflows to process the data into BIM models and help to assign relevant metadata to add intelligence into the model.
The emergence of digital collaboration tools such as BIM and common data environments means that these large datasets can be now hosted and shared among project stakeholders more efficiently than ever before. As we continue to deliver high-quality outputs through our people, process and technology, supported by our GeoCert™ platform, we see the value our clients extract from an accurately digitised asset portfolio. It’s an exciting time to be at the forefront of digital capture.
A digital twin is a digital representation of a physical object. This definition can also be extended to include a digital representation of a physical system. It is built by processing geospatial information to create a 3D model of a physical asset such as a building, a utility network or an infrastructure network. Murphy Geospatial can deliver a digital twin of your asset which has been geospatially verified to be a true representation of its physical characteristics. This digital twin can be then used as a framework to support visualisation and analytics to help our clients better understand their assets, leading to informed decision-making.
- Jonathan Butler
- Head of Department – Digital Engineering
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