Note: This is part two in a series exploring digital twins for buildings. If you haven’t read part one on the modern definition of a building’s digital twin, you might want to start there.
I remember it vividly…
I was a senior in high school, the year was 2005. My soccer team had just won the state championship. As a result, I’d been invited to join a prestigious club team in a nearby city. I was giddy and nervous for the first practice with my new teammates and coaches.
As I gathered my gear preparing to make the 75-minute drive, I realized I had no idea where I was going. So I did what any tech-savvy teenager would do in those days: I went to the computer, typed in MapQuest.com, and printed myself the step-by-step driving directions to the soccer facility.Continue reading Why We Need Digital Twins For Buildings