Discovery of Digital Twins for Built Environments
CAN/CIOSC 106-1: Part 1
What this Standard Covers
Digital twins are context-rich digital representations of buildings and communities that combine real-time information from IT systems, IoT sensors and third-party data sources. With two-thirds of the global population projected to live in cities by 2050, they are becoming vital planning tools, and the market for them is expected to grow to almost $36 billion (U.S.) by 2025.
The CAN/CIOSC 106 series of Standards specifies minimum requirements for the discovery and management activities for context-rich, digital representations of built environments (i.e., digital twin).
The following are within the scope of CAN/CIOSC 106-1:
- Acquiring, collection, and organization of information and data on different subsystems and protocols used to discover and define built environments.
- Acquiring data, documentation, and maintenance of a master set of relevant location mappings of a given built environment, including the association of physical assets to a specific location.
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