What Germany Can Learn from Singapore

News / January 07, 2020

Benedikt Tschoerner is a Computer Visualist at Fraunhofer Singapore. The 29-year-old has been researching for four years on the extensive NTU campus with its magnificent rain and fig trees and architectural pearls; Someone like Tschoerner has a dozen job offers. But for the time being he remains loyal to the contagious team around Director Wolfgang Mueller-WIttig to help Singapore with the birth of his digital twin: a replica of the city that integrates information such as energy consumption, traffic flows and infrastructure into a dynamic three-dimensional map.