Virtalis has helped many businesses improve their design process by providing turnkey VR systems that provide seamless CAD integration. Virtalis’ systems and services help to reduce design errors, foster understanding and communication, reduce or eliminate physical prototypes and, above all, reduce risk.
Our experience of working with designers is such that we can listen to your requirements and create the best system for how you work and what you want to achieve. There isn’t a single solution for designers – how could there be?
Our visualisation product range, the ActiveWorks suite, contains everything from the affordable, stand-alone, transportable ActiveMove and the installed ActiveWall to the tracked head-mounted display ActiveSpace and the fully tracked, multi-sided, all encompassing ActiveCube, as well as everything else in between. This is supported by a wide range of Virtalis-developed data exporters, translators and adaptors, as well as immersive drivers for VR products.
We were the first company to come up with the collaborative solution for product designers who are located in different buildings or even on different continents and yet are all working on the same project. Communication is faster and decisions are more informed.
We have installed more design-orientated advanced visualisation systems than anyone else. Virtalis can give you the very best independent advice so you get a system that best meets your needs and budget, whilst remaining scalable and easily upgradable.
"Costly design mistakes simply don’t happen with VR .This is engineering design at its purest, enabling us to reduce both time-to-market and unit cost."
Ian Davies, TCE’s Engineering Manager.
"Our visualisation technology, recommended by Virtalis and used in our design review rooms, is also used daily by all of our engineering draughtsmen as the method for reviewing 3D CAD models on their desktop workstations. This ensures that the people who create the design can be invited to drive formal reviews of that design, resulting in very effective meetings."
John Martin, Consultant Engineer at BAE Systems Submarines.