Renault, one of the biggest automakers in the world, has announced it has built the first industrial metaverse, with all its production lines supplying data to this world.
According to the company, this digital twin replica will allow it to save $330 million by 2025, diminishing warranty expenses, delivery times, and the carbon footprint of its activities.
This industrial world includes the interconnection of production lines, monitoring the totality of the supply chain, and almost all of the supply flows.
The company has stated that the implementation of this tech will produce substantial benefits, including savings in the order of $330 million by 2025. The industrial metaverse will supposedly allow the company to reduce delivery times by 60% and reduce the carbon footprint of vehicle production by 50%. Warranty costs will also be reduced by 60%.