Download Guide to Creating a Digital Seaport

Learn How to Build a Digital Twin of Your Seaport.

In the previous guide, we discussed different technologies for 3D data gathering, along with few examples of the utilization of 3D data. In this guide, we dive deeper into the digitalization and find out how the georeferenced 3D survey data can be used to build a digital twin of a seaport.

Fill in the form to download the guide to learn about:

  • What is a digital twin?
  • What are three steps needed to build a digital twin of a seaport?
  • How to get started with utilizing a digital twin in daily operations of a seaport?

Guide Contents:

What is a Digital Twin?

Three steps needed to build a digital twin of a seaport

  1. Create an accurate, georeferenced 3D model
  2. Add attribute information to the 3D data
  3. Integrate real-time information to the digital twin

How to get started with utilizing a digital twin in daily operations of a seaport?

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Experiences of Utilizing a Seaport Digital Twin in GISGRO 3D Asset Management Platform

“When we have all of our assets in GISGRO, enriched with additional data, we will be able to use it in every aspect of port operations from maintenance to sales. It does not only improve our communication internally and between different departments in the port, but also with customers and other stakeholders.”

Ville Kuitunen, Sales Manager | Port of HaminaKotka

”The overall view in GISGRO simplifies the planning and implementation of targeted maintenance actions. In GISGRO, we can compare the datasets so we can quickly and easily see if unexpected changes have occurred.”

Mats Ekman, Project Manager | Port of Stockholm

”We have the possibility to store and manage all survey data easily in GISGRO online-service, where we can independently access all survey data. This service lets us view, analyze and utilize the data for maintenance planning and budgeting in all phases of structures’ life-cycle.”

Jouni Hildén, Technical Planning Manager | Port of Turku

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