The National Infrastructure Commission appointed EY to identify international best practices in using technology to increase infrastructure productivity. The study includes case studies of Estonia, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden and the UAE. Within these countries, the research focused on the use of eight technologies: distributed ledger systems, big data, digital twins, internet of things, machine learning, artificial intelligence, sensing, and virtual and augmented reality. You can read the full report for the study here.

This was one of four pieces of external research commissioned to support the Commission’s study, Data for the Public Good.