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A-UDT: Augmented Urban Digital Twin for Visualization of Virtual and Real IoT Data

In: Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

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  • Seungyoub Ssin

    (KAIST KI-ITC ARRC)

  • Hochul Cho

    (KAIST KI-ITC ARRC)

  • Woontack Woo

    (KAIST KI-ITC ARRC
    KAIST UVR Lab)

Abstract

This paper introduces a method for developing Augmented Urban Digital Twin (A-UDT) for virtual and real Internet-of-Things (IoT) visualization and its benefits. It presents a method for generating virtual data using the Virtual IoT (VI) based on real IoT data, which can be used with cloud services. An urban digital twin is developed to find and simulate various problems arising in the city by extracting and visualizing data of the city. Designing urban digital twin has some challenging issues such as the difficulty of processing environmental information in real-time due to the absence of IoT support. This absence of IoT support can make problems like developing urban digital twin without knowing the types and scope of visualization. To overcome this limitation, we propose the augmented city miniature that uses generation system, process, storage, and network system of the component that generates VI with the same data structure as real IoT to generate and send data, and it simulates information on a 3D geographic map by sending the generated virtual data to the visualization part using Augmented Reality (AR). Urban digital twin based on the virtual data can make various simulations of city visualization that can be performed to discover required IoT and reduce development costs. A-UDT system can be applied to monitor and simulate diverse environmental information such as air quality, energy efficiency, object movements, and temperature distribution.

Suggested Citation

  • Seungyoub Ssin & Hochul Cho & Woontack Woo, 2021. "A-UDT: Augmented Urban Digital Twin for Visualization of Virtual and Real IoT Data," Progress in IS, in: M. Claudia tom Dieck & Timothy H. Jung & Sandra M. C. Loureiro (ed.), Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, pages 221-236, Springer.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:prochp:978-3-030-68086-2_17
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-68086-2_17
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