T-Systems is using Nvidia’s Omniverse software running on a sovereign European cloud platform for an automotive digital twin.
T-Systems will provide the migration and management of a secure, sovereign, European cloud platform for customers interested in Omniverse digital twin.
A major German automotive producer is T-Systems’ first customer already live on the platform. Nvidia works with Mercedes-Benz and BMW to use Omniverse technology for digitalisation.
The subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom in Germany will also provide DevOps, data intelligence and consulting services.
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Omniverse is a platform for connecting and developing complex 3D pipelines and Universal Scene Description (OpenUSD) applications for industrial digitalization. This allows enterprise developers to unify 3D tools and data with the OpenUSD standard, allowing teams to collaborate remotely via photorealistic visualizations and simulations of, for example, production lines and industrial facilities.
“Simulation and digital twins bring a myriad of opportunities to the industrial manufacturing sector,” said Markus Hacker, Regional Director Enterprise Business, DACH, at Nvidia. “T-Systems’ offering of NVIDIA Omniverse will help manufacturers accelerate their journey to digitization.”
Connecting CAD tools and data to Omniverse allows manufacturers to create digital twins that allow their cross-disciplinary and geographically-dispersed teams to collaborate in real-time and simulate their facilities and production processes rapidly, cost-efficiently, sustainably and at scale.
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“Offering Nvidia Omniverse at T-Systems will enable digitalization, innovation and sustainability” explains Adel Al-Saleh, T-Systems CEO and Board Member at Deutsche Telekom. “T-Systems’ delivery of secure and sovereign cloud platforms is a big step for European industry and for our customers to make full use of Omniverse.”