The work of the DTP is coordinated and delivered via three working groups that align with our goals, namely:
To be the trusted source of knowledge and a leading advocate regarding the benefits and application of Digital Twin infrastructure across public and private sectors
To build capacity through collaboration, innovation and standardisation, and act as a catalyst for leading Digital Twin policy making and practice
To bring together a diverse community of stakeholders to help share and learn about leading Digital Twin policy and practice, and to work together to solve problems at the macro scale.
Underpinning the three core areas of activity in New Zealand (Aotearoa), will be key Te ao Māori values that help to root us in our uniquely NZ context, including Kaitiakitanga (guardianship/stewardship/sustainability), Kotahitanga (collaboration), and Whanaungatanga (shared experience to foster belonging).