The PMO Integration Division is capturing imagery to build a Digital Twin of the base to help rebuild Tyndall into the Installation of the Future. Portable cameras and scanners, vehicle-mounted scanners, and a small unmanned aircraft system will be collecting imagery to populate the Digital Twin. This will then be used by base engineers in virtual and augmented reality "worlds" to plan future development, refine facility designs, track construction progress, and enhance facility maintenance and operations.
Rebuild Vision + Strategy
The Installation of the Future represents an evolution toward a more resilient, ready and lethal Air Force. The Tyndall PMO is creating a stronger, more efficient and innovative 21st century base to serve as the new standard for DoD installations.
IotF is fueled by innovation, leveraging novel technology to increase cybersecurity and perimeter defense, enhance base safety and equip Airmen to execute the missions of today and tomorrow. The PMO is pioneering the Installation Resilience Operations Center, a game-changing concept that can centrally collect, share, integrate and analyze data the Air Force can use to optimize facility operations.
The decisions made throughout the Tyndall rebuild are blazing the trail for future installations that will follow in their footsteps. These decisions are precedent-setting across the Armed Forces. IotF is developing a Digital Twin: a virtual representation of the physical world that provides real-time information and analytics to reduce maintenance downtime and increase mission efficiency.