VR TRAINER DELIVERED TO AUSTRALIA

VIRTALIS’S Rear-Cabin Virtual Reality Trainer and Helicopter Crew Reality product have been successfully commissioned by Thales Australia for delivery to Australia. This delivery forms a key part of the Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS) that will train the future generations of Australian Navy and Army helicopter pilots at the Joint Helicopter School at HMAS Albatross … Continued

ACTIVECURVE & VISIONARY RENDER TO POWER TEACHING AND RESEARCH AT ICoM, HANNOVER

WHEN Civil Engineer, Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Katharina Klemt-Albert headed up the Institute of Construction Management and Digital Engineering (ICoM) two years ago, she was determined to emphasise the digital engineering element of the Institute’s remit. Having enjoyed a career encompassing different top-management positions at Deutsche Bahn AG and having been additionally a CTO of an international … Continued

The Role Of Digital Twinning In Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is now a core value of the manufacturing industry. It stands for the increased integration of virtual and physical worlds with data seamlessly flowing between the two. People and software alike can monitor and analyse information within a single virtual environment, making predictions, drawing conclusions and making decisions. The entire mentality of Industry … Continued

Visionary Render

Visionary Render 2 has the potential to become THE software for Industry 4.0. This is because, as well as all the power to work collaboratively on massive models in Virtual Reality in real-time, our new version features a whole host of features which together add up to a powerful tool that enables continuous creation capable … Continued

AMRC Case Study

The AMRC and Virtalis have informally collaborated on various projects over almost a decade. Much of what the AMRC tries to achieve is to attempt to find simple ways to reduce waste and cost and to speed up processes to give the businesses it works with a competitive advantage.  The AMRC are using Visionary Render … Continued

BAE Systems Samlesbury Case Study

BAE Systems Salmesbury uses Visionary Render and Virtalis VR for collaborative design reviews, bringing stakeholders together at an early stage to analyse and identify potential issues before they arise. Virtalis’ Visionary Render is a powerful decision-making platform, helping to break down professional barriers, allowing people from different disciplines to experience the same model, enabling company-wide … Continued

Virtalis Refresh for Zuse Institute, Berlin

When the Zuse Institute’s decade old Virtual Reality (VR) suite, the Studio da Vinci, was ready for an upgrade, it was to VR specialist company, Virtalis, that the academics turned. Zuse Institute’s 10 metre, curved screen with conical geometry presented a challenge, as it is effectively divided into three separate sections, each requiring two new … Continued

Ron Dearing UTC Invests in Virtalis VR

Less than a term old, the Ron Dearing University Technical College (UTC) in Hull has just invested in a range of VR technology from Virtalis. Vice-Principal, Steve Willacy commented: “VR is a key technology for us and these systems have been paid for by Green Port Hull – our regional growth fund.  The fund works … Continued

Virtual Digital Twin for Rail

A rail digital twin was developed using Virtalis Visionary Render by partners at EAMS Group demonstrating the link to IBM Maximo. This video demonstrates linking data from the enterprise asset register to the Virtual Digital Twin. Being able to explore a virtual digital twin not only improves communication & decision making but it enhances learning … Continued

Virtalis VR Collaboration

Being able to collaborate in VR has potentially huge cost and time benefits for organisations. Being able to collaborate with different teams locally and globally enhances communication and understanding. Find out more about Virtalis collaborative VR can help you

Tritec Marine Uses Virtalis Technology to Develop Ships of the Future

Tritec Marine is Virtalis’ first customer for its new ActiveMove CVR system which integrates a Head-Mounted Display (HMD) to form a small, turnkey VR solution in a box. David Scott, director and general manager explained: “We had been investigating Virtual Reality (VR) for some time, ever since we attended an industry conference on the digital … Continued