Digital Twins for the Built Environment

Day 1 : 12:00 – 13:15

Digital Twins are the key to decarbonizing the built environment. Responding and behaving like its real-world counterpart to provide detailed insights across a range of building performance metrics and empowering informed decisions on how to reduce energy, lower costs and work towards net-zero goals. In this session we will hear from experts in the industry on the topic where they will share knowledge on the subject as well as showcase work/projects done in the field.


  • How accurate are digital twins?
  • What are the benefits of digital twins?
  • What is the typical ROI for digital twins?
  • How can one mitigate risks for a net zero roadmap or decarbonization plan by using digital twins?

Post-Event Actions

  • Engage with speakers for further information on digital twins
  • Sign-up for training on digital twin technology
  • Take up trials on technology for developing digital twins
  • Connect with speakers for consulting opportunities


Rohan Rawte

IESVE Singapore Pte Ltd.

Managing Director

Rohan has been involved in the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) industry for more than 20 years. Initially specializing in the use of digital twins for avoiding failure, extending life/warranty, and optimizing cost in the mechanical and automotive industries, Rohan transitioned from the mechanical industry to the built environment when he joined IES in 2010. Rohan now manages multiple divisions for IES across the Middle East, India and Asia. Based in Singapore, he is currently focused on developing the company’s regional HQ in Asia, drawing on his experience in facing new markets, supporting the development and sale of new products, developing global and local partnerships and fostering multi-disciplinary global teams to drive results.

My Sustainability Goals for 2024:

  • Increase impact by deploying more technology in HK to new customers which will then reduce more CO2 emissions from buildings
  • Work on at least 4 projects in HK with partners or directly that are linked to CO2 emission reduction
  • Increase awareness on usage of such technology for CO2 emissions reduction in HK universities