The digital twin will ensure the lifecycle data flow
Port of Tallinn has been developing a fully digital port concept. D-terminal reconstruction is their first project that has been procured with BIM requirements for the designers and the contractor and as-built model will be requested at handover. This digital twin will act as the basis for maintenance process.
Project participant’s experience and challenges throughout the process will be shared by Hele-Mai Metsal and Riho Joala (Port of Tallinn), Peter Haab (Sweco Projekt), Miina Karafin (Nordecon), Vaiko Veeleid (Hades Geodeesia) and Taavi Liiv (Tulitec).
The seminar will be opened by Antti Peltokorpi, an assistant professor in construction operations management at Aalto University, who will be giving an introductory lecture focused on recent research-based innovations and developments regarding digitalization in construction projects and operations.
The seminar is free to attend but requires pre-registration. You can register for the event on-line here.
This seminar is hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications and Estonian Digital Construction Cluster and organized in co-operation with Port of Tallinn, Nordecon, Sweco, Hades Geodeesia and Tulitec. This event is financially supported by Enterprise Estonia via the European Regional Development Fund via the European Regional Development Fund. The seminar is also part of a series of pre-events leading up to the World Summit on the Digital Built Environment (WDBE) in Helsinki/Tallinn on September 2020
Participants joined the event online
This event is part of WDBE2020 programme
World Summit on the Digital Built Environment 2020 brings together professionals from the public and private sector globally. This year our summit offers global pre-events and three exciting, action packed days in Helsinki, Tallinn and on the boat in between.