Oil and gas

In the Energy and Oil and Gas industries, digital twins are used to simulate field operations, improve production planning, and optimize equipment maintenance. Furthermore, these digital models also help to reduce

the unplanned downtime, to lower production costs, and to increase safety and regulatory compliance. In short, digital twins are transforming the way the Energy, Oil and Gas industry addresses their operational and business challenges.


In the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry, digital twins are changing the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, built, and operated during their full life cycle. These digital models provide an accurate virtual representation of physical assets and related behavior, enabling AEC teams to work collaboratively and make informed decisions in real time.

With digital twins, teams can simulate and optimize the design and construction of buildings and infrastructure, helping to reduce costs and lead times, while improving quality and safety. In addition, these models can also be used for long-term maintenance and asset management, enabling owners and operators to maximize efficiency and performance.


Digital twins are used in the automotive industry to simulate and optimize production processes, enabling automakers to reduce costs and production times, improve vehicle quality, and optimize vehicle maintenance and repair. And a Virtual Sales Room, where the user can configure and interact with a photorealistic version of the desired car, is a mandatory tool today for any manufacturer.

In short, virtual reality, IoT and digital twins are transforming the way vehicles are designed, manufactured, sold, and maintained in the automotive industry, improving efficiency and margins, quality, safety, and sustainability across the value chain.


With digital twins, logistics companies can optimize inventory management, transportation routes and vehicle performance, helping to reduce costs and delivery times, while improving efficiency and customer service quality.

In addition, these models can also be used to simulate and forecast potential supply chain problems, helping to prevent and effectively manage supply chain disruptions.


The metaverse is being explored in the healthcare industry to improve medical education and communication between patients and physicians. Patients can use the metaverse to interact with their physicians in a more immersive and personalized way, and physicians, labs and pharmaceutical companies can use the metaverse to perform real-time simulations and train other physicians in complex procedures.

Digital twins are used in healthcare to simulate and model complex biological and medical processes, allowing physicians and specialists to design and customize treatments for specific patients. For example, digital twins are used to design customized prostheses and medical devices, as well as to plan and simulate surgeries.