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Digital Twin Technology for Smart Sustainable Cities

Posted April 27, 2021 in Data Analytics & Digital Technologies
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Many cities are now pursuing smart sustainable city strategies with the aim of enhancing their performance; optimizing their infrastructures, processes, and services; and improving residents’ quality of life. Recognizing the potential of digital twins, smart sus­tain­able cities are experimenting with these technology solutions. This Advisor highlights a few ways smart sustainable cities can leverage digital twin technology.
About The Author
Jacqueline Corbett
Jacqueline Corbett is Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and Director of the Center for Research on Intelligent Communities (CeRCI) at Université Laval, Canada. Dr. Corbett’s research centers on the design and use of information systems to achieve sustainability goals, with a particular focus on the smart grid, clean energy, smart cities, and sustainable digital transformation. She is also cochair of the research group related… Read More
Adnène Hajji
Adnène Hajji is Full Professor of Operations and Decision Systems and a member of the Center for Research on Intelligent Communities (CeRCI) at Université Laval, Canada. Dr. Hajji is also a member of the Interuniversity Research Center on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation (CIRRELT). His main research interests include production system modeling and control, simulation, integrated reactive models in ERP systems, performance… Read More
Sehl Mellouli
Sehl Mellouli is Full Professor of Management Information Systems and a member of the Center for Research on Intelligent Communities (CeRCI) at Université Laval, Canada. Dr. Mellouli is also a member of the Interuniversity Research Center on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation (CIRRELT). His main research interests include smart cities, smart government, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Dr.… Read More
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