Sarah Hayes

CReDo Strategic Engagement Lead, Connected Places Catapult

About Sarah Hayes

Author of 'Data for the public good' which recommended the development of the National Digital Twin and the creation of the information management framework, Sarah is the Strategic Engagement Lead for the Climate Resilience Demonstrator (CReDo) project at Connected Places Catapult. The CReDo project can be found through Connected Places Catapult's Digital Twin (DT) Hub, a knowledge-sharing community for collaboration to further development of an ecosystem of connected digital twins.

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Climate Innovation Sustainable Development Goals

CReDo, The Climate Resilience Demonstrator Project: Collaboration and resilience through connected digital twins

Our infrastructure systems were not designed with climate change in mind. To help achieve more resilient services, CReDo uses data across energy, water and communications assets to build a model of an existing infrastructure system and visualise the interdependencies between the networks.

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Channels contributed to:

Digitalisation Environment Editors' Picks

Rooms participated in:

The Climate and Health Nexus


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