DataMesh, a digital twin and enterprise metaverse company, is leveraging Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces XR Developer Platform to expand its digital twins and extended reality (XR) applications such as DataMesh Director to a wider range of augmented reality (AR) glasses. This effort is aimed at making digital twins more accessible to frontline workers and creators in North America and beyond, addressing workflow challenges in training, planning, and everyday operations.
The company is showcasing its FactVerse applications such as DataMesh Director, DataMesh Inspector, and DataMesh Checklist at AWE USA 2023. The platform aims to empower everyday operations and drive enterprise motivation with a focus on training, experience, monitor and control, and simulation (TEMS) scenarios to accelerate digital transformation, providing a plug-and-play experience for frontline employees.
DataMesh Director is an enterprise-level digital twin content creation and collaboration platform that supports HoloLens, iOS, Android and PC platforms. The company is now applying its user-friendly digital twin applications to a variety of smart AR glasses, supporting the industrial sectors to effortlessly manage training, guidance, and operational planning with low 3D and programming knowledge required.
“We are excited to work with Snapdragon Spaces on our journey of democratizing digital twin technologies and contribute together to the application of XR in the industrial world,” says Jie Li, Founder and CEO of DataMesh. “This is great news to the industry. Both content creators and frontline workers can benefit from the redefined experience of operations, manufacturing, and productivity.”
DataMesh aims to make digital twins and XR more accessible so that everyone can leverage them to improve their capabilities and efficiency, especially the 2 billion industrial workers worldwide. At DataMesh, the company is working towards this goal by building an enterprise metaverse platform FactVerse.
DataMesh is a leading high-tech innovator specializing in digital twins and XR to bridge the digital and real world, empowering frontline workers. Headquartered in Singapore, DataMesh operates across Japan, North America, Southeast Asia, China, and Australia, with more than 500 customers in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), manufacturing, and facility management industries.
In 2020, DataMesh was the only finalist from Asia for the Microsoft Partner of the Year, Mixed Reality category. DataMesh won NTT Docomo’s top DX award in 2021, was recognized as a Fortune Impact Company in China in 2022 and has made the Forbes Asia 100 to Watch List.
In conclusion, DataMesh is making digital twin applications more accessible by leveraging Snapdragon processors to expand its digital twin and XR applications to a wider range of AR glasses, including the Lenovo ThinkReality A3. By doing so, DataMesh is enabling frontline workers to use digital twins to address workflow challenges in training, planning, and everyday operations. With its FactVerse platform, the company aims to empower everyday operations and drive enterprise motivation, accelerating digital transformation.