The SPHERE project participates in three Sustainable Places workshops, two organized by BDTA. The three workshops will be in a hybrid format, so you have no excuse not to attend.
Don’t miss them!
Ontologies in Digital Twin. Methodology, lessons learned, and practical approach Workshop
On September 7th, the workshop: Ontologies in Digital Twin will take place.
Venue: Centre Universitaire Méditerranéen (C.U.M.), Room 2 Salon Rouge
Time: 14.45-18.00 CEST
This workshop is co-organized by the Building Digital Twin Association and 6 EU-funded projects. The projects develop a digital twin data model in the construction phase and its ontological representation. The digital twin data model can capture all data requirements for the digital building or infrastructure construction works representation.
Simulation for real time / AI enabled by Building Digital Twin Environments Workshop
On September 8th, SPHERE participates in the workshop: Simulation for real time / AI enabled by Building Digital Twin Environments.
Venue: Université Côte d’Azur (I.A.E. Ecole Universitaire de Management), Campus Saint-Jean d’Angély, Room 2 1A46
Time: 9:00-10:30 CESC
The simulation working group (within the Building Digital Twin Association) promotes several simulation standards and SIMBOTS in building digital twins. To achieve better interoperability between software platforms and to reduce the cost of implementing these standards are necessary. Mathematical simulation is oriented to real-time and software-in-the-loop but is usable in all building phases (design, commissioning, or life cycle operation).
Are you interested? BDTA is looking for partners to implement and support future standards.
Privacy Metrics Tool for Building Digital Twins Trustworthiness Workshop
On the same September 8th, SPHERE is participating in another workshop: Privacy Metrics Tool for Building Digital Twins Trustworthiness.
Venue: Université Côte d’Azur (I.A.E. Ecole Universitaire de Management) – Campus Saint-Jean d’Angély, Room 2 1A46
Time: 10:45-12:15 CESC
This workshop is oriented to explain the PRIVACY METRIC TOOL developed in the framework of the SPHERE project for home monitoring and advanced AI control based on mathematical models. This tool was presented at BDTIC2022 in Barcelona in June and will be one of the standards presented at CEN442 WG9 this year. This tool would provide an objective assessment of the level of privacy and can be used both as a mandatory standard in the future and as a design tool for developers and manufacturers of sensors and home devices.
For more information about the Sustainable Places event, you can visit the website: Home – Sustainable Places (SP)