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Hexagon Provides Reality Technology for Smart Cities with the Qutub Shahi Tombs' Data-rich Digital Twin

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Telangana government was given access to a digital twin of the Qutub Shahi Tombs that is rich in data by Hexagon, a leader in reality technology worldwide. The 16th-century heritage site's digital twin serves as a demonstration of Hexagon's Reality Technology for Smart Cities capabilities. Hexagon is dedicated to developing cutting-edge digital innovation for smart city applications and helping to preserve historical sites. Commenting on the initiative, Navaneet Mishra, Senior Vice President and Head, Hexagon R&D India, stated that a fully working proof-of-concept for Hexagon's Digital Heritage for Smart Cities, the Qutub Shahi Tombs Digital Twin project shows how they can contribute to the preservation of the nation's rich legacy. Making data-driven decisions will be made simple for governments, planners, and conservationists in smart cities by Hexagon's data-rich digital reality. They are thrilled to have created this for Telangana and anticipate more opportunities in this area of India. Principal Secretary of I&C & IT Departments, Jayesh Ranjan, received a presentation of the data-rich digital twin of the historical site from Paolo Guglielmini, President and CEO of Hexagon, during a ceremony held on the Tombs' lawns. Dignitaries from the departments of IT, Industries & Commerce, Urban Development, and Culture & Heritage, as well as media representatives, attended the event.

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