Nvidia, a company that makes graphics processing units and artificial intelligence (AI), thinks that the automotive sector may enter a metaverse-driven era as early as 2023.
Automotive businesses will begin incorporating metaverse technology and implementing it in their industrial and retail operations as part of this new notion.
Nvidia Thinks 2023 Will See Metaverse Technology in the Automotive Industry
According to Nvidia, one of the biggest AI and graphics businesses in the world, many car companies will begin incorporating the metaverse into their operations around 2023.
First, by using metaverse capabilities, businesses will be able to track every step of the manufacturing of their automobiles and suggest changes.
Such integration will also improve the design processes, enabling designers to work together virtually on a realistic picture of the items intended for production.
However, this transformation will affect more than only industrial operations; it also ostensibly has positive effects on retail.
Nvidia thinks that the use of metaverse technology will enhance the relationship between customers and products.
The Stellantis-owned automaker Fiat opened its first metaverse store on December 3 so that potential buyers may virtually tour one of its vehicles.
Users also have the option to test drive a simulated track in the metaverse showroom.