Professor Abbas Rajabifard spoke at Intercontinental Geo-information Days 20-21 June 2022. He shared CSDILA’s latest research and development, and discussed digital transformation and the role of land administration and location intelligence in sustainability and resilience.
Professor Abbas Rajabifard has given a keynote presentation on the role of Digital Twins and Composable System Architecture in building more sustainable and resilient smart cities and tackling the challenges ahead at the Surveying Days 2022 in Helsinki, Finland.
IAMES 2022 - 2nd IFAC Workshop on Integrated Assessment Modelling for Environmental Systems - June 2nd
Professor Abbas Rajabifard delivered an opening keynote address, “Digital Transformation: A New Era – Environmental Modelling by Digital Twins” at the Second IFAC Workshop on Integrated Assessment Modelling for Environmental Systems in early June. In his presentation, Professor Rajabifard discussed current trends in digital analytical capabilities, location intelligence, and the use of digital twins as an enabling platform. The address explored opportunities to apply digital twin technology to better understand our changing environment and support our societies in using location intelligence and digital capabilities to address problems. Hosted by the University of Toulouse Engineering Faculty, the Workshop presented an excellent opportunity to discuss common research interests and future areas for collaboration with both hosts and attendees.
Professor Abbas Rajabifard, CSDILA Director, delivered a speech on Composable System Architecture for Spatially Enabled Digital Twin For Smart Cities.
As Australia’s premier spatial & surveying conference, Locate provides attendees with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and applications in geospatial technologies. Professor Abbas Rajabifard and other CSDILA members gave presentations and participated in panel discussions during the conference.