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How the Digital Twin is reimaging the construction industry

Digital Twin Technology is increasingly being deployed by organisations in the construction industry as part of their digital transformation journey. In this article, Andrew McCloskey from AVEVA discusses the benefits that this technology can bring in terms of delivering organisational cost savings and operational efficiencies.
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