VR Cuts Design Time at GE Power

GE POWER invested in VR technology and soon found it yielded substantial dividends. In 2013, Virtalis installed an ActiveWall 3D/VR display system at GE’s Baden site, and the team there is now also running Virtalis Visionary Render software. GE Power Technical Product Manager, Deepu Sebastian, said: “In the design of new power plant projects, we … Continued

Virtalis Partners With Granite Energy

Virtalis has teamed up with Granite Energy to bring Virtual Reality (VR) technology to the Scottish Oil & Gas sector and to governmental departments with responsibility for infrastructure. MD of Aberdeen-based market development company, Granite Energy, Paul Paterson, said: “The use of VR technology has great potential for cost cutting across core areas of design, … Continued

Virtalis Technology Part of US Nuclear fusion bid

Virtalis Visionary Render Virtual Reality (VR) software is being used by scientists and both optical and mechanical design engineers involved in nuclear fusion research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US. For more than half a century, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has applied cutting-edge science and technology to enhance national security.  In use since … Continued

Nuclear AMRC Case Study

  The AMRC and Virtalis have 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. Virtalis ActiveWorks systems and VR have … Continued

Virtalis Shrinks the Globe for Vestas

Vestas Mediterranean in Madrid is the latest Vestas office to install a Virtalis ActiveWorks system, taking the number within the group into double figures.

Virtalis Helps Schneider Achieve the impossible Virtually

Virtalis has provided Schneider Electric with a suite of immersive and interactive Virtual Reality (VR) customer training modules plus an ActiveMove transportable advanced visualisation display system which enables training to be appreciated in full, stereoscopic 3D. 

VR Incorporated into National Grid Training

National Grid US has bought three ActiveMove immersive display systems from Virtual Reality (VR) specialist, Virtalis, and is developing a library of interactive 3D VR models that will be incorporated into the company’s technical training.

The Queen Experiences Virtalis Technology

Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh experienced Virtual Reality (VR) for the first time yesterday. Instead of actually digging the first sod for the new Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC), as is traditional for an official launch, The Queen activated a virtual digger to do the work remotely.