Megatrend Digital Twin | Part 2

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Does complexity really exceed human capabilities?

Digitisation of knowledge in the digital twin

The digitalisation of the real estate industry is in full swing – that is, at least at the usual speed for the real estate industry. This process must be accelerated significantly due to the shortage of skilled workers and the EU taxonomy. 

Today, there are already many tools (Digital Twins) that support individual processes and tasks in facility management, asset management or in individual systems such as ventilation or lift systems. These tools are excellently suited to manage precisely these individual tasks and to permanently secure the knowledge that is created through these tasks. 

As a result, many small isolated solutions (silos) have emerged that, considered individually, are not capable of delivering the complexity needed, for example, for ESG assessment. In order to currently map all aspects of the EU taxonomy, the information from the individual systems, many Excel tables and the knowledge of the employees would have to be compiled at great expense. And that every year for each individual building. This process is not only very time-consuming, but also highly susceptible to errors and thus incorrect information for the ESG assessment. 

In order to overcome the complexity of the challenges mentioned, the individual systems, tools and people’s knowledge must be consolidated. In this context, the consideration of the individual information level is crucial. For example, one level for the craftsmen and technicians who carry out maintenance or repairs or the portfolio managers. The consolidation and easy provision of information to each stakeholder at each level creates sufficient availability and presents information to each stakeholder in the way he/she can best use, process and handle it. 

This possibility of data use is only reflected by a digital twin that can be used by all. But what is a Digital Twin and how can a Digital Twin help with exactly these challenges? 

DiConneX relies on simple representations and information about components and systems in the buildings that is accessible to everyone. This way, from the user to the portfolio manager, all stakeholders can access the information they need. When a building is sold, the digital twin can also become the property of the new owner and continue to be used for the operation of the property. 

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