Digital Twin - Metaverse
In this briefing, we will explore the history, evolution and future of Digital Twin technology. We will also cover a number of use cases showing how Digital Twin technology can benefit various industry verticals such as manufacturing, energy, oil & gas, healthcare, transportation and entertainment.
Omniverse is the platform used to build Digital Twins and it is built on much of the same framework used in artificial intelligence and machine learning projects. We will explore how these tools are deployed and integrated into production environments to create an immersive digital representation of a real process, asset or system.
Digital Twins are a key element of the Metaverse, a vision of an immersive and connected shared virtual world. The Metaverse links the digital world to our physical world. Digital Twins and the Metaverse enable collaboration and simulation across different domains and platforms, allowing teams to accelerate the way they address innovation, change, and challenging business problems.
Explore the possibilities with our range of Architectural Design Options for implementing Digital Twin technology. Tailor your strategy to harness the full potential of Digital Twins effectively and drive unparalleled growth.
- What is a Digital Twin and the Metaverse
- Overview of the technical landscape for Digital Twins
- Review example architectures for delivering a Digital Twin
- Industry relevant use-cases
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Who Should Attend? CEOs, CIOs, CDOs, data owners, line of business owners and IT Directors. Anyone interested in learning more about how data strategy can change how they do business today and deliver relevant services to end-users.
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