Tyndall Updates Digital Twin Imagery

  • Published
  • 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs

As the Installation of Future evolves our team is dedicated to incorporating advanced technologies into our rebuild. The Air Force Civil Engineer Center Natural Disaster Recovery Division is capturing imagery using portable cameras and scanners to create the Digital Twin to assist with the rebuilding of Tyndall AFB as the Installation of the Future.

Media is invited to come and observe the imagery capturing process and conduct interviews with a representative from the Air Force Civil Engineer Center.

The Digital Twin is a virtual representation of the base “twinned” to real-world systems and inventories. The Hololab is the place where operators access the virtual base to explore the best use of facilities, view real-time conditions, and run simulations like extreme weather and active shooter exercises to increase resiliency and decrease response times.

The use of this technology is unique in the Department of Defense, incorporating lessons learned from Hurricane Michael, cutting edge installation planning concepts, and innovative technologies to help create a resilient, efficient, and sustainable Air Force Base.

Media representatives interested in attending will meet at the Tyndall Visitor Control Center no later than 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7, or Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, for escort to demonstration sites. Media representatives need valid press affiliate credentials and a valid state-issued I.D. or driver’s license to attend.

Please direct any questions to 325th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Media Operations - (850) 283-3333