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In March last year, it was announced that digital twin technology had been used in the Phase One development of the toll-free Pan Borneo Highway, which aims to connect both Sabah and Sarawak with Brunei and the Kalimantan region in Indonesia.

Using integrated technology provided by US-based engineering software company Bentley Systems as well as several other third-party solutions, the project’s delivery partner Lebuhraya Borneo Utara Sdn Bhd (LBU) has managed to capture aerial images of the highway and build accurate 3D models of the project.

By integrating the technology with several other systems, such as road information, bridge management and maintenance management systems, a digital twin solution was created to manage the data collected and visualise it through a dashboard for the Malaysian government to monitor and ensure that LBU meets its commitments on the project.


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