Course Description

Examine the core components of a digital twin, the data sources they are composed from, and reality capture technologies used to build them. Build a construction and existing facility digital twin. Annotate and report construction issues, tag assets, and inspection findings for remediation. Analyze the impact when combining 3D visualization with robotics, analytics and facility operational software in the creation of operational digital twins. Previous Building Information Modeling (BIM) course or experience is recommended.

This course is federally funded by the Quick Train Canada initiative (https://quicktraincanada.ca/), a skills training and education program that is powered by Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery (https://resilientcolleges.ca). 

For more information, and instructions on how to register, visit the Quick Train webpage.

While this micro-credential being fully funded by the government sponsor, it is still treated as a taxable benefit calculated on the market rate of tuition. A T4A tax document for the amount of your tuition support will be available through MyMohawk in the February after your registration





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