Whether you are new to digitalisation, or transforming from digitisation to digitalisation, or have established initiatives in the form of IoT (Internet of Things), IoS (Internet of Services/Senses), CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems), etc., we can collaborate and deliver value in multiple ways via our work on the Universal Digital Twin.



The Knowledge Graph enables:

    • interoperability between heterogeneous data and software
    • the ability to account for the dynamic nature of data and information
    • building digital twins and interactions between them say, via smart contracts
    • live representation of the aspects of real world that can aid in scenario analysis and cross-domain decision support
    • knowledge management while taking into account the context of the data

Our Universal Digital Twin have come into prominence to solve the problem of data and information silos, while offering modularity and scalability. Our dynamic Knowledge Graph technology leverages advanced agent-based operation and ontology representations, thus bringing automation and semantic context to machine-assisted solutions for the problems at hand.

This also paves the way to harness the real benefits of connectivity through IoT and IoS and enables our customers to pursue use cases across multiple domains such as automotive, materials, energy mix, smart cities and environment that could not be perceived consistently before.

See our recent publications that introduce the Universal Digital Twin and its use cases.


Use cases

Alongside our internal efforts, this development is catalysed via collaborative research efforts and engagement with initiatives such as the C4T programme of Cambridge CARES (Singapore) and the University of Cambridge.

Visit our website dedicated to this collaborative effort to know more about some of the use cases:

    • Marie: A proof-of-concept semantic Question Answering system with Natural Language Processing (NLP) for chemistry domain
    • UK Digital Twin: A comprehensive digital twin implemented as a dynamic Knowledge Graph including notions of a base world and parallel worlds, which covers multiple energy-related infrastructure such as electrical power system, gas grid, and biomass land use

How we can help?

Engage with our technical services team to discuss how we can deliver value to your problems and applications:

    • Consulting: Application of our dynamic Knowledge Graph technology to your problems
    • Research: Collaborative research and development into aspects of dynamic Knowledge Graph technology and its applications
    • Training: Our dedicated training course, “Knowledge Graphs as enablers for a step change in interoperability in a complex dynamic world”