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CREATING DIGITAL TWINS

From manufacturing, to warehouse, robotics and agriculture, digital Twins are enabling leading enterprizes to solve today’s challenges. Generating 3D assets is one of the biggest painpoints for companies building or enhancing their Digital Twin - RSS is here to help.
Whether it’s scanning your location with LIDAR or depth cameras. Importing existing point cloud data or other data formats like BIM. Or hand modeling from blueprints and photos.

RSS Offers a Technology Agnostic and Flexible, Service-Oriented Collaboration Model.

Our diverse team of experts works with your process and timeline to support your projects at every stage of the process.

Raw Capture

  • LIDAR
  • RGBd
  • Photogrammetry
  • Photos
  • Blue prints
  • BIM

Segmentation

  • Clean up - Remove noise and unwanted items
  • Classification - Label Important Features
  • Prepare for parametric use
  • Extract items and scene components

Meshing

  • Generate mesh
  • Process for use within game engine based simulation.

Colider

  • Generate colliders
  • Process objects for lighting
  • Generate asset meta data for material properties (weight, reflectivity, rigidity…)

ADVANCED DIGITAL TWINS

Sensors And Cameras:

  • LIDAR - ie. Velodyne
  • RGBd - RealSense, Azure Kinect…
  • RGB
  • IMU
  • Contact Sensors

Robotic/Mechanical Systems:

  • Starting With Modeling From Scratch Or CAD
  • Properly Rig And Set Collisions
  • Simulate Perception Packages
  • Simulate Controls
  • Emulate APIs

LEARN MORE ABOUT DIGITAL TWINS FROM OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS

What Are Digital Twins, and Why Are They Important?

How using simulation and digital twins lowered development costs by an order of magnitude A recent report by Market Study Report, LLC projects that the digital twin market will surpass $20 billion by 2025. What explains the growth? The government of Singapore, for one example, is spending over $73 million to build a “data-rich digital […]
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