Sangam: Digital Twin Initiative

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Department of Telecommunications (DoT)
Unveils Sangam: Digital Twin initiative
Posted On
15 FEB 2024
Deadline for EoI response
15th March 2024
To harness unified data and collective intelligence
For transformative infrastructure planning and future design
Digital Twin Technology
Creates virtual replicas of physical assets
Allows real-time monitoring, simulation, and analysis
Proof of Concept (PoC) in Two Stages
First Stage
Exploratory phase
For clarity of horizon
Creative exploration
Second Stage
Practical demonstration of specific use cases
Generating a future blueprint
For collaboration and scaling successful strategies
Demonstrate practical implementation of innovative solutions
Develop a model framework for faster, effective collaboration
Provide a roadmap for scaling and replicating successful strategies
Conducted in one of India's major cities
Invited Participants
Industry pioneers, startups, MSMEs, academia, innovators
Inviting Expressions of Interest (EoI)
Collaborative approach integrating advanced technologies
5G, IoT, AI, AR/VR, AI native 6G
Engage in a whole-of-nation approach
Bridging the gap between conceptualization and realization
Pioneering a sustainable, efficient, and innovative future for infrastructure
Leadership in digital infrastructure and innovation
Bridging gap between conceptualization and realization
Holistic approach to innovation

The Sangam: Digital Twin Initiative, unveiled by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on February 15, 2024, is an innovative project designed to revolutionize infrastructure planning and design through the use of digital twin technology. This technology creates virtual replicas of physical assets for real-time monitoring, simulation, and analysis, facilitating experimental iterations and feedback loops to adapt to changes for optimal outcomes. The initiative is structured around a Proof of Concept (PoC) that will be carried out in two stages in one of India’s major cities. The first stage focuses on exploratory activities to clarify horizons and unleash potential, while the second stage involves practical demonstrations of specific use cases to generate a future blueprint for collaboration and scaling successful strategies in infrastructure projects. This initiative seeks to demonstrate the practical implementation of innovative infrastructure planning solutions, develop a model framework for faster and more effective collaboration, and provide a roadmap for scaling and replicating successful strategies in future projects​​​​.

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