[Houston, TX] - Today at Nvidia’s AI City Forum 2023 event in Houston, Nextspace announced its integration with Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise, a powerful platform for 3D simulation and collaboration.
The integration of Nextspace’s innovative virtual collaboration tools with Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise will enable professionals from various industries to collaborate remotely in real-time, bringing virtual collaboration to a new level. A key element that Nextspace brings to Omniverse is the integration of globally unique IDs (GUIDs) to the open-source Universal Scene Description (USD) platform that NIVIDIA Omniverse is built on, bringing real-world precision and asset tracking into USD and Omniverse workflows. The result: mapping of individually unique items in the real world will remain “true” in virtual worlds.
“GUID-enabled USD in Omniverse unlocks the ability to deeply link the real world with the digital twin. With Nextspace’s GUID-enabled traceability, we can bring dynamic operational data from individual assets in and out of Omniverse — opening-up a new world of digital twin applications that use all of NVIDIA’s AI and accelerating computing stack” says Rev Lebaredian, Vice President of Omniverse and Simulation Technology at NVIDIA.
Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise is a powerful platform that allows teams to create, simulate, and collaborate on complex 3D models and simulations in real-time. Its advanced technology enables teams to work together seamlessly, regardless of their physical location. With Nextspace’s integration into Omniverse Enterprise, users can now leverage the power of virtual collaboration to further enhance their workflows.
"Nextspace is proud to join forces with Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise to enable data-driven applications and collaboration for professionals across many industries,” said Mark Thomas, Founder & CEO of Nextspace. “Our cutting-edge visual data unification platform combined with the advanced capabilities of Nvidia Omniverse Enterprise will enable teams to deploy data-enabled applications at scale and work together more efficiently and effectively in a virtual environment.”