Digital Twin Consortium Welcomes Implexus Lab as Member

Accelerating use of digital twins in the built environment.

Accelerating use of digital twins in the built environment.

The Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) announced that Implexus Lab has joined the consortium. As a startup creating digital twin solutions for international government facilities, laboratories and research centers, Implexus joined the DTC for knowledge sharing and to learn from other members of the consortium.

“We welcome Implexus to the DTC,” says Dan Isaacs, general manager and chief technology officier, DTC. “Their knowledge of visualization and artificial intelligence will be very valuable as we work together to advance the use of digital twins in the built environment.”

“We are honored to be a part of the consortium, which is not only a resource for the community, but through its members, is setting the standards for high-quality digital twins in the industry,” says Sarah Causey, CEO and co-founder, Implexus. “Implexus is excited to be a part of the broader global community developing the digital twin sector.”

About Implexus

Implexus embraces technology to support clients’ unique operations and planning goals. They leverage the latest technology to deliver realistic interactive visualizations to enhance their clients’ strategic planning, bridge gaps in communication, aid decision-making, and proactively identify potential issues.

About Digital Twin Consortium

Digital Twin Consortium advances digital twin technology in many industries, from aerospace to natural resources. Digital Twin Consortium is a program of Object Management Group.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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