In this edition of the Futurum Tech Webcast, my colleague Ron Westfall and I take a deep dive into the collaborative world of virtual reality and 3D simulations offered by NVIDIA’s Omniverse. First announced as a beta version last fall, NVIDIA’s Omniverse Enterprise is set to hit general availability this summer and has the ability to reshape the future of manufacturing and design, and perhaps much more.
It’s not unusual for technology companies to offer tools to help their customers get the most value of their products or services. But these tools are generally limited to configuration and optimization. NVIDIA’s Omniverse suffers from none of those limitations and while it may help manufacturing and design teams better utilize NVIDIA’s chip technologies the real value of the Omniverse is in helping manufacturers collaborative design, update, and improve their manufacturing operations.
In this webcast we discuss:
As we wrap up our conversation, Ron highlights some of the core RTX technology that makes the Omniverse possible and discusses how NVIDIA is working with partners like Microsoft and how competitors like AMD might need to respond. And finally, we ponder the ultimate question, when will tools like the Omniverse allow us to not just model manufacturing but extend to the entire operations of an entire business, from the first supplier to the last customer.
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