Digital Twin service company Pluxity has launched PLUG-airport, a digital twin-based integrated control solution for special-purpose venues, which is developed with the source technology as the basis.
Based on 3D spatial information, PLUG-airport can control physical security systems including closed-circuit TVs and access control, as well as other systems such as lightings and environmental sensors in a single 3D map.
The company noted that airports and power plants that have complicated control points need smart integrated control solutions, as such solutions can allow operators to check intuitively the status of closed-circuit TVs, electric safety systems, and fire prevention systems through the 3D map while responding in real time to problems as they occur.
An official of Pluxity said: "Far removed from the conventional closed-circuit TV monitoring system, our platform is based on 3D spatial information and can respond quickly and accurately to developing situations. As it has been developed as a platform custom-tailored to each and every purpose, we expect that its demand from the building management platform industry will increase rapidly."
Pluxity's digital twin services are utilised in Seoul, Busan, and the Incheon International Airport in South Korea as well as a newly built city in Turkmenistan.