Twinview has been launched to change the way buildings are managed and perform, helping to make them safer and more efficient.
Twinview is powered by cloud-based, 3D digital twins (digital replicas of physical buildings) which connect the paired virtual and the physical buildings with real-time analytical data. This allows housing providers to manage, monitor and maintain critical construction and operational information.
Rob Charlton, CEO, Twinview, said, “The original concept for Twinview was that while complex building models are developed during a building’s design and construction process, this information can’t be viewed or maintained after handover due to the need for proprietary software, training, and hardware. In contrast, Twinview is browser-based, requires no capital investment and is intuitive and easy to use.
“We’ve worked with real estate investment trusts as well as digital specialists in the sector to make sure Twinview will help address a number of issues that have been discussed for some time. While we started work on the platform before the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, it does respond to the recommendations made in the Hackitt report; Twinview will provide a ‘golden thread’ of information which is easily accessible by anyone, anywhere.
“Twinview removes the need for specialist and expensive hardware, software and training. Not only can users view models online using just a web browser, they’ll also be able to update their models and view and access live data right down to individual asset level in milliseconds.”