UrsaLeo Releases 3D Photorealistic Digital Twins Demo Models For the Agriculture, Commercial Building, Energy, Manufacturing, and Medical Markets
New demo models allow anyone to harness and test digital twin technology with affordable sensors available through Mouser and OKdo
San Francisco, CA — October 7, 2020 — UrsaLeo, an enterprise software company that enables users to visualize operational data in a photorealistic 3D representation of their facility or product, today announced the availability of four new demo models showcasing their 3D photorealistic digital twin capabilities. The stunning photorealistic visualizations allow anyone to test out the use of digital twin technology with the purchase of affordable sensors through Mouser.com and OKdo.com.
Demo versions of digital twin visualizations are available for the agriculture, commercial building, energy, and medical markets. A digital twin demo will soon be available for the manufacturing market as well. Executives interested in creating their own 3D models can contact UrsaLeo for more information and integrating the 3D digital twin experience into their own facilities or equipment.
“Excitement around digital twin technology and its ability to help monitor and visualize operational data is gaining serious traction. So our team designed working demos to help showcase how the technology actually works to let customers know what is possible,” said John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo. “To illustrate remote monitoring in action, we’ve created a hospital bed, an office lobby, a grain silo, and an oil refinery. Over time we will release additional models across key markets.”
After purchasing an affordable sensor development kit from Mouser or OKdo, users simply navigate to UrsaLeo’s “Getting Started” site and follow three simple steps to get going. From there, they will be able to see live sensor data in real-time within one of the four demo 3D models.
“Our customers are showing more and more interest in digital twin technology and its ability to monitor everything from air quality, light and humidity to air pressure, sound, temperature, and beyond,” said Raymond A. Volpatt, President of Volpatt Construction Corporation. “Together with many of our architecture partners and subcontractors, we are working to integrate 3D digital twins into the design-build process to help revolutionize building management. We’re also identifying opportunities in education, healthcare, and government and see this as the next big trend in the construction industry.”
UrsaLeo is an enterprise software company that enables users to visualize operational data in a photorealistic 3D representation of their facility or product. Backed by a powerful end-to-end IoT platform, UrsaLeo displays data from multiple systems to create a digital command center for all facilities or product information. Pulling in data from sensors, assets and maintenance databases, and other IoT systems, the UrsaLeo 3D system displays mind blowing visualizations, directs users automatically to user defined events, allows recording and replaying of the entire system during failures, accelerates triage response time, allows remote collaboration, and eliminates training needs. UrsaLeo was founded by manufacturing and software engineering experts with more than 50 years of industry expertise. For more information visit https://www.ursaleo.com.