The Energy Metaverse - Digital Twins, AI, Extended Reality, Drones, and Blockchain for the Utility and Oil & Gas Sectors: Global Market Outlook and Forecasts, 2022-2031
향후 10년간 에너지 산업의 메타버스 핵심 기술에 대한 누적 투자액은 3,000억 달러를 넘을 것으로 예측됩니다.
에너지 산업의 메타버스 시장을 조사했으며, 코어 기술의 정의, 사례 연구, 시장 촉진요인 및 장벽, 산업 밸류체인, 경쟁 구도, 유틸리티 산업과 석유 및 가스 에너지 산업의 메타버스 핵심 기술에 대한 투자 예측 등을 정리하여 전해드립니다.
The energy metaverse is just emerging, but the building blocks are securely in place-so much so that Guidehouse Insights forecasts more than $300 billion in cumulative global investment in core energy metaverse technologies over the next decade. So just what is the energy metaverse?
Broadly speaking, the metaverse is the confluence of several emerging digital technologies, most already familiar to energy industry executives, which promises to radically change the way energy companies plan, build, operate, and market their services over the long term. Core energy metaverse technologies include digital twins, AI and machine learning (ML), unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and drones, extended reality (XR), and blockchain-based applications.
When the energy metaverse is fully realized-admittedly more than a decade away-utilities and oil & gas (O&G) concerns can envision a day when employee onboarding and training take place via XR in a metaverse-based training center. Utility storefronts in metaverse malls could provide virtual customers with real-world benefits such as product comparisons and purchasing, energy use analysis, and evaluation of a premises' suitability for solar. In-demand specialized experts in a field could work on a virtual offshore rig, advising onsite workers how to address a problem-without ever leaving their home office. And drones could conduct ongoing inspections of critical assets, feeding real-time data into digital twins equipped with advanced AI to predict and prevent wildfires or methane emissions.
This Guidehouse Insights report provides an overview of the energy metaverse. It defines the core technologies and provides case studies where these technologies are in use today. It outlines energy metaverse market drivers and barriers and describes the industry value chain and competitive landscape. Finally, it provides market forecasts for core energy metaverse technology investments by the utility and O&G energy verticals through 2031.