The Camp Nou Stadium as a testbed for city physiology: a modular framework for urban digital twins
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European Commission's projectIoTwins - Distributed Digital Twins for industrial SMEs: a big-data platform (EC-H2020-857191)
In this paper, the Camp Nou stadium is used as a testbed for City Physiology, a theoretical framework for urban digital twins. With this case study, the modularity and adaptability of the framework, originally intended for city-scale simulations, are tested on a large facility venue. As a proof of concept, several statistical techniques and an agent-based simulation platform are coupled to simulate a crowd in the stadium, and a process of four steps is followed to build the case study. Both the conceptual (interdomain) and technical (domain specific) layers of the digital twin are defined and connected in a nonlinear process so that they represent the complexity of the object to be simulated. &e result obtained is a strategy to build a digital twin from the domain point of view, paving the way for more complex, more ambitious simulators
CitationMeta, I. [et al.]. The Camp Nou Stadium as a testbed for city physiology: a modular framework for urban digital twins. "Complexity", 12 Octubre 2021, vol. 2021, article 9731180, p. 1-15.