What is industrial metaverse, and why it’s important
The Industrial Metaverse will reach $540 billion in revenue by 2025 as companies begin to take advantage of Industry 4.0 tools, according to Market Prospects Insights. But what is Industrial Metaverse, and why should manufacturers care? This is one of the questions our panelists will answer during the session.
Join the panel to understand better how the industrial metaverse can help your company to save money and become more efficient, how to get started, what barriers companies need to overcome, and much more. Learn about use cases and learn about the actual benefits of the industrial metaverse from our subject matter experts.
Will the industrial metaverse disrupt the global industry?
The manufacturing sector’s number-one topic of interest is around the metaverse, according to Ralph Haupter, President, EMEA at Microsoft. The industrial metaverse digitalizes information to transfer them to the worker. Some industrial players already use augmented or mixed reality solutions to reduce error rates and improve training experiences in different areas across value chains. Also, they are using this technology to manage logistics for assembling products as well as for quality control. All these processes become easier to complete, by connecting workers in the industrial metaverse.
Will the industrial metaverse disrupt the global industry? Find out in this panel on Oct 26.
Include industrial metaverse features in your existing IoT platform
Interested to understand how to add metaverse features to a SaaS platform? John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo, plans to explain that during this session. In addition, he will discuss some of the advantages of this integration, which allows:
- Realtime IoT data integration
- Data visualizations (fluid flow or level, power usage, and 3D heatmaps)
- Cloud-based Collaboration
- Augmented Reality
- Data Replay
- React-based Framework
- Delivery via web or iOS app
For more insights, join this live panel.
The Industrial Metaverse is built on a Strong Data Fabric
The pursuit of business insights is a central focus of the enterprise. More than a natural resource, data is fueling strategic decision-making and, as a result, the future of business.
Discover why The Industrial Metaverse is built on a solid data fabric and how to get there.
Some of the Industrial/Business Metaverse use cases that will be covered during the panel are:
1. Product design and engineering
2. Hands-on training
3. Employee onboarding
4. Virtual services for hands-on work
The use case examples are built on a strong Industrial DataOps infrastructure and a data fabric that allows the integration, storage, cleaning, curation, and governance of data at the edge, core, and cloud levels.
Pervasive Compute Everywhere—Industrial Metaverse at the Edge and in the Cloud
Consider what is necessary to put two individuals in a social setting in an entirely virtual environment: convincing and detailed avatars with realistic clothing, hair, and skin tones – all rendered in real-time and based on sensor data capturing real-world 3D objects, gestures, audio and much more; data transfer at super high bandwidths and extremely low latencies; and a persistent model of the environment, which may contain both real and simulated elements. Now, imagine solving this problem at scale.
In this session, the panelists will focus on technologies that power the Industrial Metaverse and the type of platforms that enable the industrial Metaverse.
Key takeaways from IIoT World Industrial Metaverse Day
In this short wrap-up, Kevin O’Donovan will shortly present key takeaways from all sessions during the day.