Quest Global to use Nvidia’s Omniverse digital twin solutions for manufacturing industry
Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise is an end-to-end 3D simulation platform that helps companies develop and operate physically accurate, perfectly synchronised and AI-enabled digital twins.
Quest Global, a leading global engineering services firm, has announced its development of new services and solutions, based on the Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise platform.
These new services and solutions will assist in delivering the best 3D visualisation, simulation, design collaboration and digital twin solutions for the manufacturing and automotive industries.
Through this association, Quest Global aims to facilitate the transformation of the traditional manufacturing processes and facilities by enabling manufacturers to augment their physical production environments with large-scale, AI and IoT-enabled, digital twin counterparts. These digital twins will enable manufacturers to optimize their manufacturing, logistics, and warehouse processes, reduce waste, and unlock operational efficiencies.
Inside the digital twin of BMW’s assembly system, powered by Omniverse, an entire factory in simulation. (Image: Nvidia.com)
Dushyant Reddy, Global Business Head for Hi-Tech, Quest Global, said, “As organisations work towards enabling their manufacturing operations with predictive analysis, operational efficiencies, and innovative automation, live digital twins of factory solutions play a vital role in achieving that. We are proud to work with Nvidia to set up an Omniverse centre of excellence, with trained engineers and NVIDIA-specific labs and infrastructure.”
Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise is an end-to-end 3D simulation platform that helps organizations develop and operate physically accurate, perfectly synchronized and AI-enabled digital twins. Building the factories of the future requires uniting disparate datasets from many 3D digital content creation (DCC) and simulation applications in full fidelity, a capability uniquely enabled by Omniverse Enterprise, then connecting to scalable AI platforms such as Nvidia Isaac Sim for robotics simulation and Metropolis for vision AI applications.
“The industrial metaverse requires innovative simulation and AI capabilities to tackle today’s critical manufacturing and automotive challenges,” said Brian Harrison, Senior Director of Product Management for Omniverse Digital Twins at NVIDIA. “The collaboration between Quest Global and NVIDIA delivers workflow solutions and enhancements that take manufacturing and design collaboration to the next level.”
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