Fig. 7.3

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The NSW Spatial Digital Twin of Western Sydney, Australia, uses 3D imagery along with 3D models of live buses and train movements (from the NSW Department of Customer Service and Transport for NSW respectively), along with hundreds of other Open, Shared and Closed datasets from Australian governments of all levels, to create a mixed reality landscape.
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