What Guests Say: The last 6 months have proven two things. The fact that the industrial metaverse is real and that many subsectors can significantly change the way work is done.
Australian industry is no stranger to immersive technology. Over the past decade, the company has pioneered the use of training simulators and virtual reality to equip new and existing staff with the skills they need to be safe in the field. This contributes to the country’s industrial safety performance and consistently high standards in terms of achieving safety KPIs.
It also means that many industry subsectors, from process-intensive heavy industries such as oil and gas, to fast-moving consumer goods manufacturing, are poised to move significantly towards the industrial metaverse, the next evolution of immersive experiences. It also means being in a favorable position for
The industrial metaverse has rapidly risen as a concept. One of the reasons for this is that the technology is in its infancy and ready for use, unlike the consumer metaverse that is ahead, the industrial metaverse is already at a much more advanced stage. Some companies have already built an industrial metaverse and are seeing results.
Previewed how the industrial metaverse works last Novembereven at that point it was clear that an industrial metaverse would be relatively easy to create and deploy, with clear benefits. Engineering firms may be able to use technology to expedite design reviews. Operators can use the industrial metaverse to collaborate across process areas and geographic boundaries to resolve critical issues faster, improve onsite optimization, and better manage operational issues. will be
In many ways, this is at the core of how and why industrial companies deploy technology.
451 Research says: recent notes, “The world of operational technology (OT) is leaning toward what we can actually deliver today, and that makes a huge difference in the process. It also requires a reliable and robust engineering approach.” A smart lens allows industry organizations to not only stay focused, but stay on the cutting edge of technology and innovation. Telcos recognize that even small benefits from using technology can have an order of magnitude impact on revenue, safety, environmental, social and governance, so early adoption of technology It is worth continuing the introduction.The industrial metaverse Open up new value and opportunities For industrial brands in dynamic economic conditions.
But there are other factors driving these organizations into the industrial metaverse.
Australia, like most developed countries, has an aging population and the industrial environment is not immune to this. In many industrial settings, this is driving the digitization of tribal knowledge about how work is performed. Because operators know the time will come for traditional on-site learning, where they spend months with experienced workers on the job site and learn how the job site works on the job site. There will be no more options, such as outs and how to play a round on the field.
Based on early work, in the near future all industrial sites will become metaverse, with remote field workers and central operations center experts connecting, collaborating and sharing knowledge in a digital (augmented or immersive) space. Very likely to come to share. Ensure that site operations run smoothly, securely, effectively and continuously.
Three Elements of the Industrial Metaverse
So what exactly is the industrial metaverse?
At its simplest level, the industrial metaverse looks like this: virtual version Use real-time streamed data from real assets and processes to research, discuss, manage, and optimize decision-making with colleagues.
Three elements combine to create an industrial metaverse.
The foundation of the industrial metaverse is the digital twin. It is a virtual representation that serves as a real-time digital counterpart of a physical object or process. Digital twins are the data foundations that make up the building blocks of the metaverse. This includes engineering data, operational data and IT data from ET/IT/OT systems.
A second important element of the industrial metaverse is organizing tribal knowledge about how work is done. So basically you create a set of instructions that can be placed in the metaverse that can be used to instruct people how to do certain activities in an industrial environment.
The third element of the industrial metaverse is the one most people gravitate toward. That is, the visual or presentation layer that shows how people will actually experience the metaverse. It is important that this is device independent. The metaverse should be accessible through handheld devices, large screens within the facility, and/or more immersive settings such as the use of VR headsets.for employees to work joint experience The industrial metaverse should be able to use any device they want, connect to any software they want, view rich and authoritative data sets from their digital twins, and work together in a single, shared application.
Technology Supporting Industrial Metaverse Applications already exists But for some reason it’s siled. Aveva is focused on working with partners such as Microsoft to connect it to support innovation within an organization’s industrial metaverse.