Siemens and NVIDIA Work To Develop Industrial Metaverse

Siemens is expanding the usage of AI-driven digital twin technology and establishing an industrial metaverse by integrating immersive visualisation into the Siemens Xcelerator platform, powered by new NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud APIs.

TakeAway Points:

  • Siemens, in collaboration with Nvidia, plans to develop an industrial metaverse with generative AI.
  • The industrial metaverse will allow customers to experience products as they would in the real world.
  • Also, the two companies will launch a new product for Teamcenter® X, the cloud-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software, before the year ends.

Industrial Metaverse Features

According to Siemens, generative AI would significantly speed up the process of setting up and modifying features in photorealistic renderings, such as material definitions, lighting conditions, and other supporting scenery assets. Engineering data is contextualised as it would appear in the actual world, allowing tasks that once took days to perform to be finished in a matter of hours.

Apart from the engineering department, decision-makers, sales and marketing teams, and customers will also benefit from the enhanced comprehension and awareness of the actual product appearance, which will facilitate prompt and well-informed decision-making.

“We will revolutionize how products and experiences are designed, manufactured, and serviced. On the path to the industrial metaverse, this next generation of industrial software enables customers to experience products as they would in the real world: in context, in stunning realism, and—in the future—interact with them through natural language input,” said Roland Busch, President and CEO of Siemens AG. “In collaboration with NVIDIA, we will bring accelerated computing, generative AI, and Omniverse integration across the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio.”

Partnership’s New Product

According to the report, as part of the next phase of the partnership, Siemens will launch a new product for Teamcenter® X, the cloud-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software that is a component of the Siemens Xcelerator platform, later this year. 

With the help of NVIDIA Omniverse technology, engineering teams will be able to design a highly intuitive, physics-based, photorealistic, real-time digital twin that reduces errors and waste in workflow.

Siemens showcased the development of a photorealistic, real-time visualisation for HD Hyundai in partnership with NVIDIA. HD Hyundai is working on creating ships that run on hydrogen and ammonia. 

This is a complicated process that involves maintaining control over vessels that may have over seven million individual pieces. The new product will enable HD Hyundai to interactively combine and visualise these enormous technical datasets.

“We have long trusted Siemens Teamcenter for product lifecycle management. Based on this trust and through this new collaboration, we will be able to visualize and interact with the digital twin of ships while utilizing generative AI to create objects and HDR backgrounds for a better understanding of projects in context. This will be beneficial in many ways, as it will reduce errors, improve customer experience, and also save time and cost,”  Taejin Lee, Chief Information Officer & Chief Digital Officer, HD Hyundai, said.

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