McKinsey & Company predicts that the Metaverse economy could reach $5 trillion by 2030. With e-commerce expected to become the dominant engine, gaming, entertainment, education and marketing in the metaverse are also becoming important sectors.
Metaverse-powered transportation builds a digital twin of the real-world transportation system. This includes resolving issues such as traffic congestion, parking issues, and transportation-related infrastructure. Get a clear picture of the problems that exist in the physical world through metaverse-enabled 3D views.
This will further enhance the operation of different modes of transport such as road (buses, taxis, private cars), rail, air transport, freight (movement of goods and goods within freight), and intermodal/multimodal modes of transport. increase.
Holograktor is the first Metaverse-powered vehicle to enhance the experience of real-world interaction. Digital twin technology helps transportation planners reshape people’s lives. In 2020, Hyundai test-drove the Sonata N sports car in a virtual space, offering a Metaverse-enabled digital experience.
Metaverse removes physical constraints for customers with advanced technology, from manufacturing to transportation of goods and services. Smart technologies like the Metaverse even offer 3D versions of real places. These advanced technologies can solve parking and congestion problems.
Metaverse mobility will be a game changer for transportation infrastructure. Trains, trucks and cars will be digitally connected to share data on transportation operations. The transport infrastructure can be redefined using the metaverse. Ability to successfully handle rapid response to fluctuating transportation demands.
In fact, the metaverse is in its infancy as far as transport adoption and implementation are concerned. Quick decisions are made to prevent operational problems. A successful transportation management system is entirely dependent on the use of smart, immersive technology.