BMW & ipolog utilizing NVIDIA Omniverse: Towards the Manufacturing Metaverse
NVIDIA is one of the world's most advanced developers of visual computing and AI programs. They has been leading the field for decades in terms of real-time graphics for industries such as transportation, healthcare, logistics, manufacturing, robotics and retail.
NVIDIA Omniverse is a powerful multi-GPU real-time simulation and collaboration platform. ipolog is once again leading the field of digital twin production planning by offering a bidirectional ipolog Omniverse connector. This enables a holistic digital twin of both material provision and worker simulation.
Michael Wagner, CTO of ipolog GmbH, was one of the driving forces behind the fusion of Omniverse and ipolog which can be seen in the video below. He has written several articles on the NVIDIA Omniverse which can be read here.
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