VR/AR applications

Virtual reality (VR) allows users to immerse themselves in a fully simulated environment, while augmented reality (AR) adds virtual elements to the real world. In a production environment, they provide a unique competitive advantage on many levels.

Virtual reality in production

Through simulation and visualization, virtual models of manufacturing equipment can be created to facilitate production planning and optimization, as well as an interactive view of production lines, machines, and equipment to increase their efficiency and reduce production time. Virtual prototyping allows a company to test and verify the functionality and ergonomics of a product before physical production.

Virtual reality can be widely applied in machine servicing and maintenance when using more accurate diagnostics maintenance can be sped up and streamlined, production downtime reduced, and the productivity of technical staff can be increased.