Australian software developer Sentient Computing has joined the Digital Twin Consortium, welcoming the opportunity to collaborate with other industry groups in this developing field. Sentient develops digital twin visualisations that can sync to large scale real-world industrial and commercial facilities, using a visually rich interface built on gaming technology.
The result is an interactive and immersive digital twin visualisation that can substantially reduce the cost and risk of operating large, remote and complex facilities.
“By leveraging gaming technology we can create environments that enable operational teams to make better decisions without the cost and overhead of traditional engineering solutions,” says Sentient Managing Director Doug Bester.
“Many of our clients are multinational oil, gas, engineering and resource sector majors, who are looking to visualise facilities that might be thousands of kilometres away.
“Our process makes it simple for personnel on the ground — or those in a city-based office — to visualise the plant and equipment and align it to data being produced by the facility.”
It already delivers products in these fields through its established VR and emerging AR business, using digital worlds to address barriers to efficient and effective operation.
“Technical complexity, availability and useability of data are limiting factors in the digital progress of businesses, communities and governments,” Mr Bester says.
“Our services address these factors at source, meaning we are uniquely positioned to overcome complexity and accelerate the adoption of digital technologies by business.”
“Sentient is a welcome addition to Digital Twin Consortium,” said Dan Isaacs, CTO, Digital Twin Consortium. “We look forward to their contributions the advancement of digital twin enabling technologies based on their experience in gaming technology.
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Sentient Computing is an Australian software development company that specialises in providing powerful and immersive virtual training environments to deliver solutions including Digital Twins, blended training packages, 3d training, augmented reality, interactive 3d maps and other ESG communication solutions.
Sentient’s Digital Twin product InDI is a versatile virtual interface that can be procedurally generated from engineering models and leverages a company’s existing data sources to provide a scalable and future-proof solution. It is currently helping hundreds of unique monthly users to better service their multi-billion-dollar assets.
Our training packages are scaffolded learning experiences that include interactive eLearning modules, custom VR training and interactive computer-based training. They help mine site personnel, utility providers, senior business leaders and local communities upskill both technically and professionally.
Finally, our ESG communication tools have transformed the way complex information is delivered to a diverse audience in the resources sector. Since late 2021, our tools have facilitated open and informed discussions on sensitive environmental, heritage and social matters.
We take pride in our innovation and creativity, with a passionate and experienced team of engineers, developers, and artists. For further information visit www.sencom.com.au
About Digital Twin Consortium
Digital Twin Consortium® is The Authority in Digital Twin. It coalesces industry, government, and academia to drive consistency in vocabulary, architecture, security, and interoperability of digital twin technology. It advances digital twin technology in many industries, from Aerospace to natural resources. Digital Twin Consortium® is a program of the Object Management Group. For more information, visit https://www.digitaltwinconsortium.org.