What good is an open business digital platform like Siemens’ new Xcelerator without visualization. An interface from digital to machine to human must be part of the package. While Siemens CEO Roland Busch introduced and extolled the Xcelerator platform, he brought to the set Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia. They announced a partnership to bring the metaverse to industrial applications. The companies will connect NVIDIA Omnivores with Siemens Xcelerator “to enable full-fidelity digital twins and connect software-defined AI systems from edge to cloud.”
The addition of Omniverse to the open Siemens Xcelerator partner ecosystem will accelerate the use of digital twins that can deliver productivity and process improvements across the production and product lifecycles. Companies of all sizes will be able to employ digital twins with real-time performance data; create innovative industrial IoT-solutions; leverage actionable insights from analytics at the edge or in the cloud; and tackle the engineering challenges of tomorrow by making visually rich, immersive simulations more accessible.
NVIDIA Omniverse is an AI-enabled, physically simulated and industrial-scale virtual-world engine that enables for the first time full-fidelity live digital twins. NVIDIA AI, used by more than 25,000 companies worldwide, is the intelligence engine of Omniverse in the cloud and autonomous systems at the edge. NVIDIA Omniverse and AI are ideal computation engines to represent the comprehensive digital twin from Siemens Xcelerator.