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Digital Twins & COVID-19: Innovations for Critical Infrastructure
For years now, digital twins have been ranked among the top technology trends. As a result of the growing penetration of IoT, digital twins are fast becoming a useful industrial tool– from predicting faults in wind turbines through to sophisticated simulations of entire cities.

Applying large scale digital twins to industrial plants and utilities has endless benefits. Recently, a new, more urgent use case has emerged—mitigating the impact of COVID-19. 

Join Mark Damm, Founder and CTO of FuseForward, for a discussion on innovative ways digital twins can be used to minimize the risk of COVID-19. From monitoring airflow for the spread of the virus through to real-time virus sensors in wastewater.

Mark will also provide an overview of the Smart Campus Digital Twin project, currently under development in partnership with Ryerson University. He will draw on this experience to deliver practical advice for critical infrastructure providers embarking on their own digital twin projects.

This webinar will cover:

- An introduction to Digital Twins

- Innovative use cases during COVID-19, including air & waste-water monitoring

- Getting started with digital twins

Sep 10, 2020 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Mark Damm
Founder and CTO @FuseForward
As FuseForward's Founder and CTO, Mark is a technical expert and skilled system architect with over 25 years’ experience designing and leading the implementation of complex IT systems. He has worked with a range of Fortune 500 companies and large public agencies within this sector, including large facilities, cities and utilities. During this time, Mark accumulated a deep understanding of the challenges surrounding the deployment of complex systems, streaming analytics and machine learning.