Kinetic Vision's XR simulations, or "digital twins", not only accurately represent the system's layout and motion, but also the software control systems. Specialized components such as industrial robots typically come with control and training software, and that software is utilized to integrate the robot into the overall real-time simulation. Virtual robots and other operations are tested within the simulation. This approach streamlines custom control software development as the code is designed, tested and debugged within the virtual environment before being deployed on the physical counterpart.
Real-time simulation dramatically speeds up the process development time and also improves communication and collaboration between the other functional product teams. The XR environment is concurrently deployed to all groups, which enables training, safety and maintenance personnel to easily visualize and understand all aspects of the system, even if located thousands of miles away. System IoT monitoring sensors and devices are linked together both in physical and virtual space, allowing for remote troubleshooting and process monitoring.
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