Singapore, a tiny and dense city, is a living lab for smart city technologies. But physical constraints mean that some of these prototypes don’t exist in the physical world.

Virtual Singapore, the city’s 3D digital twin, is enabling designers, planners and policymakers to model various scenarios and test bold new ideas. The 3D model breaks down siloes and allows multiple agencies, contractors and players to collaborate more closely and effectively.

Everyone refers to and works on a single model that is rich with real-time data. This way, decisions can be made from a single view of data across city systems, whether they are public transportation, water management, waste collection, energy services, and more.

Virtual technologies allow agencies to model, simulate, visualise and experience complete cities. To learn more, download the position paper by filling out the form below.