Sopra Steria, a European tech leader in consulting, digital services and software development, today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Partner Network as a Solution Advisor Consultant. This collaboration will allow Sopra Steria experts to extend their use of virtual reality, 3D and digital twins in the metaverse.
Sopra Steria relies on the NVIDIA Omniverse™ Enterprise suite, a scalable, end-to-end platform enabling enterprises to develop custom 3D pipelines and simulate large-scale, physically accurate virtual worlds, to develop virtual simulations that are perfectly synchronized with the real world, with high physical accuracy based on artificial intelligence. Beyond technical performance, the use of NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise opens up the possibility of new use cases and enables collaboration around a digital twin within a company and its ecosystem.
Industrial companies are increasingly looking to design, simulate and optimize products, equipment, and processes in real time before they even go into production. Sopra Steria supports its customers in reducing their production cycles and improving their operational efficiency while integrating sustainable development targets right from the simulation stage.
“Sopra Steria has already leveraged NVIDIA solutions to develop artificial intelligence use cases to support our customers such as Alcatel Submarine Networks in our 5G Design Center. We are proud to have reached this new stage in our collaboration, which allows us to address the new needs of our customers in terms of the industrial metaverse and 3D simulation,” explains David Maurange, Head of Digital Interaction & Metaverse at Sopra Steria.
“Digital twins help to solve the world’s hardest engineering, manufacturing, and science problems,” said Brian Harrison, Senior Director of Omniverse Digital Twins at NVIDIA. “Collaborating with Sopra Steria will accelerate innovations in automation, digitization, and sustainability by maximizing performance, design, and productivity for enterprises through digital twin transformation.”