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Digital Twins Working Group
techUK’s DTWG is a transdisciplinary, cross-market engagement group that plays a pivotal role in enabling the UK’s digital twin ecosystem to flourish, and serves as a critical source of advice for decision-makers responsible for the delivery of policy, regulation, and investment in the sphere. The DTWG also convenes industry leaders around the risks and benefits of deploying extensible, interoperable and scalable digital twins across multiple layers of the UK economy and society.
Smart Cities Working Group
techUK's Smart Cities Working Group is a transdisciplinary, cross-market engagement group that serves to identify, optimise and activate human-centred, inclusive and resilient smart tech adoption across the UK. The group focuses on enhancing strategic relationships between smart tech suppliers and the public sector, building citizen trust in smart city tech, developing UK leadership in smart tech trade, and on the realisation of city-level climate and cyber resilience.
Smart Energy and Utilities Group
The Smart Energy and Utilities Programme provides a strong platform of technological solutions in support of delivering a competitive, dynamic, and flexible market. The aim of the programme is to provide leadership in emerging technologies and innovation benefits with a focus on decarbonisation, affordability, accessibility and reliability.
Intelligent Mobility and Transport Group
The Intelligent Mobility and Transport's Group aim is to deliver a digitally-enabled, interoperable, integrated and inclusive transport network that connects people and services with multiple modes of mobility. This programme's focus is to improve regulatory environment of the wider mobility services ecosystem by working together with Government and engaging with industry around priorities and key challenges.
2021 achievements and 2022 objectives
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