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Urban Digital Twins set to create the first real world Metaverse for the decarbonization of buildings

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Digital Twins are expected to form the building blocks of the real-world Metaverse, connecting the physical world with the virtual, enabling optimal urban decarbonization as we enter a crucial decade in the Race to Zero, while drastically reducing operating costs and ineffeciencies of our buildings and infrastructure.

Tuesday, April 19th, 1:00pm CT

The Metaverse, forecast by Bloomberg to become an $800bn market opportunity, is labelled the next evolution of the internet, providing an equivalent virtual world that coexists alongside our physical reality.​​​​​​​

Digital Twins are the missing link needed to connect the physical world with the virtual while creating a seamless rewards-based ecosystem that delivers on the decarbonization goals within our urban spaces.​​​​​​

  • Find out how Digital Twins are set to save $280bn for city planners alone in the next five years

    A report by ABI Research says the cost benefits alone could be worth $280bn by 2030 by using Digital Twins for more efficient urban planning - Digital Twin technology is also forecast to be able to reduce carbon emissions by 50-100%, improve productivity by 30% and cut operating costs by 20%.

  • Major International Recognition

    Cityzenith has won many major industry awards, including the World Smart Cities Award for Best Innovation, Realcomm Digie Award, and Chicago Innovation Award, while also named as a leading Digital Twin practitioner by the BBC and one of Manufacturing Technology Insights’ top ten Digital Twin providers. Cityzenith has been identified as one of the World Economic Forum's top 100 global innovators.

  • Our addressable markets are 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 high growth tech sector. Also, the market for carbon credits could be worth upward of $50 billion in 2030, with demand for carbon credits set to grow 15-fold between 2021 and 2030.

Your Host

  • Steve Loader

    Business Editor

  • Michael Jansen

    Chairman & CEO, Cityzenith

  • John de Yonge

    Director & Senior Analyst, Ernst & Young Institute

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