Look, but don’t touch: Digital Humans and performance analysis
Harnessing the power of high-performance computing, a Digital Human is a detailed replica of a person (or part of a person) and their environment. It digitally duplicates someone’s anatomy by using data from body scans and medical imaging, enabling us to evaluate the functions, movement and health of a person without putting them through invasive tests.
NSW Digital Twin to inform emergency responders this bushfire season
Over 2,400 homes destroyed, roughly $1 billion in infrastructure damage, 5.4 million hectares burned and the loss of 26 lives […]
Research Excellence: October awards
While it’s been a challenging year, October has delivered a slew of good news for research excellence at CSIRO’s Data61, […]
NSW Digital Twin launches
Launched late last month, the NSW Spatial Digital Twin will improve the state’s infrastructure, services, and economy. The Digital Twin will enable […]