Digital Twin Victoria platform launched

By Catrin Jones23 August 2022

Victoria skyline Digital Twin Victoria is part of a AUS$37.4 million programme (Photo: ACIF)

A digital twin platform has been launched for use in the Australian state of Victoria. The platform will connect data and information to create 2D, 3D and live data versions of the real world.

The company says that this will bring together more than 4000 local, state and national datasets and make them available to those that live in Victoria for small or large projects.

The platform was built in partnership with CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, as part of a AUS$37.4 million (US$25.7 million) investment programme into digital twin technology, geospatial data, and spatial innovation.

The programme aims to create Victoria online by 2024 so that government, industry and the community can collaborate through shared open data, technology and algorithms.

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