Digital Twins Services

Consulting Services
  • Use Case Identification and Development
  • ROI Analysis
Premium Support
  • 3D/4D Modeling, BAM (Baseline AssetModeling)
  • Data Loading
  • Data Integration
  • 3rd Party Software and Systems Integrations
  • Custom UXUI Development
  • Custom Software Development

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Digital Twin?

Digital Twins are 3D virtual replicas of buildings, infrastructure, and other physical assets connected to the data in and around them. Digital Twins are used primarily to optimize performance and predict and visualize future outcomes across functional areas in cities like maintenance, energy consumption, space utilization, traffic management, and public safety.

Can you provide examples of clients we might know who use the Cityzenith Digital Twin System, SmartWorldPro?

Our client base hails from the architecture, engineering, planning, property management, real estate development, and municipality sectors. Previous and current clients include JLL, Cushman & Wakefield, Lendlease, Foster + Partners, WS Atkins, the Government of Andhra Pradesh, and the UK East West Rail Alliance, among many others.

What is a BAM?

A BAM or Baseline Asset Model is the building block of the Digital Twin. Often referred to as “BIM-lite” or “mini BIM”, a BAM is a geometrically simplified 3D model of a building or property containing the locations of rooms, floors, major equipment, and major building information systems only. A BAM is not used for construction, unlike a BIM. A BAM repurposes objects and data from the BIM for asset management and operational purposes over the lifecycle of the building. SmartWorldPro is a digital Twin platform that allows users to transform a BIM into a BAM to which they can integrate and attach virtually unlimited sources of information.

What information is needed to create a Digital Twin?  How long does it take?

It takes as little as a week to get a basic Digital Twin up and running with basic information. Our modeling services team can produce LOD3-4 Digital Twins, from a variety of sources including BIM, CAD, GIS, PDF, and many other spatial and non-spatial data file formats.