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Here are some highlights:
• UAV Work Helps Predict Power Failures: Digital twins are becoming important data for buildings and infrastructure in cities, but a utility in Chile is twinning its power corridors and adding seemingly unrelated data to identify, predict, and avoid power outages.
• Transitioning from Ground to Air: Creating accurate as-builts of complex facilities is no longer a long-term project.
• Expediting Disaster Relief: High-resolution aerial imagery of the Colorado Marshall Fire burn area expedited the insurance claims process.