Utilize the best Industrial VR technologies and proven use cases to discover the full potential of your site.
As an experienced industrial VR solution provider, our goal is to combine groundbreaking technology with new ways of working at industrial plants, factories, facilities, and constriction sites. We deliver high-value solutions and help you to leverage existing training management solutions into comprehensive learning journeys that improve safety as well as operational excellence.
Our experience at your service
Capture & digitize
With just a few days of work, we can capture and digitize your plant with unparalleled realism and accuracy. The best methods and combination of world-class tools make it now possible to walk at your site directly from your own desk and to take pictures, make accurate measures, and extract accurate 3D data.
Tools for improving your daily work
We help you to define the most effective ways to utilize and adapt VR technologies at your site. With years of skilled experience in many industrial areas, we make incorporating VR technologies to your processes easy and effective.
We guide your way through IT-services, cloud deployments, and Industrial VR roll-outs. We understand that every IT-requirement is different which is why we also provide customized solutions that meet all approaches from fully hosted cloud services to on-site supported installations, starting from individual users and scaling into corporate IT deployments in their own Azure or AWS.
New ways of collaborating
We have learned that efficiency and safety at industrial sites is achieved through improved communication between all stakeholders – both internal and external. We help you to combine technologies like 360 video, VR, AR, and reality capture into easy and efficient training and collaboration solutions that improve learning, reduce costs, and increase production.
Finnish utility Fortum has developed a fully dynamic and interactive virtual reality control room for training operators at Loviisa, Caroline Peachey reports Huge amounts of money are typically spent each year on the design and validation of the human-machine interfaces (HMI) and the optimisation of operating procedures at nuclear facilities. But there may be a better […]