• Clean Cities – Clean Future Objectives
Just six months after the initiative’s launch, Cityzenith is now using its Digital Twin software - SmartWorldOS to onboard high-profile cities such as New York, Phoenix and Pittsburgh. Other cities will soon follow their example and join the Clean Cities - Clean Future initiative, which could include Washington DC, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, who are all pledging to eliminate carbon emissions by 2050.
• Find out how Digital Twins are set to save $280bn for city planners alone in the next five years
A new report by global tech market advisory firm ABI Research, says the cost benefits alone could be worth $280bn by 2030 by using Digital Twins for more efficient urban planning. The US Government have recently signed a landmark $3.5trillion bill to Build Back Better and Digital Twins will have a significant impact on this program.
• Hear how the initiative is gaining international attention
The Clean Cities - Clean Future initiative has generated huge interest and attention, with the recent news of a major project in the heart of New York at the Brooklyn Navy Yard being announced at the beginning of September 2021. Cityzenith and the initiative has been featured in Forbes, BBC, INC Magazine, Market Insider, Morning Star, Informed Infrastructure, Bloomberg, and Smart Cities World as well as Cities Today.
• Hear more about the huge benefits for urban infrastructure
Digital Twin Technology can cut operating costs by 35%, boost productivity by 20%, and reduce carbon emissions by 50-100%, according to a recent Ernst & Young report. Michael will also explain how building asset owners, architects, AEC providers, developers and energy companies can save between $2-7 per square foot with the use of Digital Twin technology, for an investment of just 10 cents per square foot.
• The Digital Twin AI Technology Market is set to explode
Markets & Markets estimates that the Digital Twin market will grow from $3.1 billion in 2020 to $48.2 billion per year by 2026, at an annual CAGR of 58%, with Cityzenith named as a major player in this top five tech growth sector.
• Learn how the World Economic Forum is accelerating the use of Digital Twin technology
The WEF has recognised the importance of urban Digital Twins’ impact on carbon emissions as well as the vast economic upsides for building asset owners and infrastructure – Cityzenith have recently been announced as the official Digital Twin partner of the WEF – as well as one of their Top 100 Global Innovators.