This three month long programme is looking for a company to explore the potentials of a “digital-twin”, based on data…
Virtual environments are the application of data integration, simulation, haptics, advanced visualisation and synthetic environments to model, understand, communicate, connect and blend the digital and physical world.
The development of “digital twins”, which model real world objects into virtual environments, will help solve industrial and societal challenges. The technologies that make up and connect between these digital twins may also underpin the formation of an interconnected real-world and enterprise “metaverse”, offering new applications, platforms and capabilities. This will allow new ways for us to interact with data layered over and embedded into the physical environment.
We play an active role in boosting the development of cross-sector, national capability in cyber physical systems. We offer industry and the UK Government support in developing approaches to cyber physical infrastructure – providing a neutral role to shape national consultations and engagements. This means promoting systems based approaches to innovation and R&D, focused on connected technologies that virtualise services for design, manufacturing, production, distribution and the discovery of new hybrid experiences.
We help industries develop the capabilities, platforms and architectures for the application of advanced digital twins to help drive operational efficiencies and transform sectors. In addition to the adoption and development of new business models for digital twins; lowering costs, shortening development time and creating opportunities for UK innovators to capitalise on the ecosystem.
We support the UK creative sector through metaverse and immersive applications, both locally and remotely for media production and the experience economy. We are leveraging new transformative production techniques such as virtual production, the remote testing of applications and experiences for Film and TV content creation in distributed digital environments, and building skills in the independent production sector.