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- Add to Calendar10/20/2020 1:00 PM10/27/2020 2:00 PMAmerica/New_YorkEnergy Utilities TwinTalks As part of Bentley’ 2020 Year in Infrastructure Conference that will be a virtual event for the first time ever, TwinTalks Series Premiere is scheduled for Oct 20. Join us!
- Sep 23, 2020
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Date: Oct 20, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM EDT
As part of Bentley’s 2020 Year in Infrastructure Conference that will be a virtual event for the first time ever, TwinTalks Series Premiere is scheduled for Oct 20.
Digital twins will be front and center at this year’s event. Join leading industry figures as they moderate six sector specific TwinTalks, exploring the implications of digital twins for Digital Cities, Design and Construction, Digital Plants, Energy Utilities, Rail and Transit, and Roads and Bridges. Listen to interactive panel discussions with leading industry and business leaders and discover the fascinating opportunities that digital twins will facilitate for each of these critical infrastructure sectors. The initial Oct. 20 TwinTalks are each part of a three-part series, scheduled through mid-November.
The Energy Utilities TwinTalks will be focused on providing diverse perspectives on the need and importance of digital twins for electric and gas utilities.
• Starting with the first session on Oct 20 that is intended to establish why utility execs should take note of digital twins, the next two sessions on Nov 4 and 11 will see industry experts talk about key success factors for an effective digital twin strategy and the tactical steps needed to implement that strategy. All these sessions will be moderated by Terrence O’Hanlon, Chief Asset Manager, Reliabilityweb.
• There will be expert interview segment and panel discussions on these topics. Key names include Scott Alford from Arizona Public Service, Stephen Cooper from Gainesville Regional Utilities, John Villali—Research Director at IDC Energy Insights, Siemens executives Martin Runge— Head of Innovation, Portfolio and Partnerships, and Jim Taylor— Vice President, Digital Grid Business Solutions.