Siemens and NVIDIA Strengthen Partnership for Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Metaverse Solutions on Sustainable Ships

Siemens announced that it will deepen its collaboration with technology company NVIDIA to “help build the industrial metaverse.”

The German giant details in an official statement that it is incorporating immersive visualization powered by the new NVIDIA Omniverse Cloud APIs into the Siemens Xcelerator platform.

These adaptations will enable it to drive greater use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered digital twin technology.

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At NVIDIA’s GTC conference, Siemens and NVIDIA demonstrated how generative AI can revolutionize the visualization of complex data, making photo realism possible, and showed how sustainable shipbuilder HD Hyundai can use it to develop new products.

“We will revolutionize how products and experiences are designed, manufactured and maintained. On the path to the industrial metaverse, this next generation of industrial software enables customers to experience products as they would in the real world,” explained Roland Busch, President and CEO of Siemens.

“In collaboration with NVIDIA, we will bring accelerated computing, generative AI and Omniverse integration across the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio,” he noted.

What’s New

In the next phase of this collaboration, Siemens will launch a new product for Teamcenter® X, Siemens’ industry-leading cloud-based Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software, part of the Siemens Xcelerator platform.  

Powered by NVIDIA Omniverse technologies, it will provide engineering teams with the ability to create an ultra-intuitive, photorealistic, real-time, physics-based digital twin that eliminates waste and errors in workflows.

In collaboration with NVIDIA, Siemens demonstrated the creation of real-time photorealistic visualizations for HD Hyundai, a market leader in sustainable ship manufacturing. 

HD Hyundai has been developing ammonia- and hydrogen-powered ships, a complex process that requires monitoring of ships that can contain more than seven million discrete parts. HD Hyundai can use the new product to unify and visualize these huge engineering data sets interactively.

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