3D Visualization of Plants and Factories

3D Visualization of Plants and Factories · Digital Twins

Customers’ demands on visualizations are higher than ever. More and more customers are also seeking information online, even for large, complex products and systems. Everyone who deals with the computer graphic visualization of plants, mills, and factories has to deal with the fact that the process of creating them in 3D is very complex. We have a new approach for creating photorealistic complex 3D facilities even in large landscapes at a moderate price.

How is that possible? We use gaming technology. Computer games take place in large virtual landscapes. We take advantage of that. Using gaming technology, even large and complex plants and facilities can be visualized in 3D. And it doesn’t stop there. We are also able to display extensive animation and simulation of the plant.

What does this mean for sales? Plants are not simply sold overnight. The final deal is preceded by a long discussion process between the plant engineer and the buyer. During the discussion phase in particular, it is important that both sides know exactly what they are planning and what they are buying. The more transparent the communication, the more successful the sales process. A key benefit of 3D visualization is allowing everyone to move through the spaces. They get a clear idea of the plant and facilities.

This becomes even more interesting for machine manufacturers. Machines are usually embedded in a production process, in which they interact with other machines. This interaction can be shown in a 3D visualization. Thus, the specifics of machines and their compatibility in the interaction of a production process become clear. This form of information is truly unique and boosts sales. Say goodbye to long PowerPoint presentations and long meetings – your customer can now see exactly what and where the advantages of a machine are, for example. Create a completely new and better customer experience. Photorealistic 3D visualizations are the future, especially in engineering. Get in touch with us to discuss how we can demonstrate the unique features of your technical products and equipment.

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