Digital twins of cities represent a groundbreaking approach in urban planning and management, utilizing advanced technology to create dynamic, virtual models of urban areas. These digital replicas offer a comprehensive view of a city’s infrastructure, operations, and services, enabling city planners and officials to simulate and analyze urban dynamics in real-time. The session will explore how digital twins facilitate better decision-making, allowing for more efficient resource allocation, improved public service delivery, and enhanced disaster response strategies. We’ll also explore the role of digital twins in sustainable urban development, from monitoring environmental impacts to planning smart city initiatives. The potential of digital twins to transform urban life by providing deep insights into how cities work will be a key focus. This innovative technology promises a more connected, responsive and sustainable future for urban areas.
Cap d'Oficina BIM | Servei Innovació Tecnologia i Sostenibilitat
Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB)
Roberto Molinos Esparza
Partner and General Director
Global Chamber Barcelona