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How to optimize conception and production in aeronautics with VR?

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Jun 25, 2021 1:59:58 PM

Designing and manufacturing aircrafts is quite a challenge. The million parts composing a plane must be as light as possible, while extremely resistant, and they must be assembled in a precise order. This has to be done in a context of fully globalized supply chains, with subassemblies prepared in different locations across the globe.

 Hence you should watch for some key issues: 

  • The risk of conception errors is multiplied by the number of contractors and workers involved in the project
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Topics: manufacturing, project review in VR, aeronautics, aerospace, aircraft design, aircraft design process

Design better workplaces with the integration of human factors in VR

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Jan 21, 2021 11:55:27 AM

In 2080, one third of the European population will be 65 or older. For smart factories through the path of the Industry 4.0, it means having a “good” workplace is not enough, and its design should anticipate the preservation of the operator’s wellbeing. Therefore, the working environment for modern manufacturing workplaces must allow for the best productivity and quality outputs, while offering a secure environment for the workers.

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Topics: 3D Visualization, manufacturing, human factors integration, human factors in vr

The complete guide of VR for business

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Nov 23, 2020 9:53:17 AM

Many businesses have integrated virtual reality in their processes, especially since the covid-19 pandemic. More and more sectors undergoing digital transformation are taking advantage of enterprise VR to access cost-effective tools to conceive better products and collaborate more efficiently with 3D data.

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Topics: shipbuilding, manufacturing, Construction industry, Industry4.0, automotive industry, Energy sector, Military and defense, Education and training

How hand tracking in VR benefits your Industry

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Oct 20, 2020 3:40:08 PM

Hand tracking in VR is a very appealing feature. No need to learn the placement and functions of the buttons on the controllers anymore. How convenient and enjoyable would it be to just move your real and virtual hand in sync through your HMD? Just a move of your hand and voilà! Which means real-time hand tracking in VR has a lot of potential for casual and professional VR., especially because it replaces the controller and makes the VR experience even more immersive.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, 3D Visualization, manufacturing, Industry4.0, body tracking, Ergonomics

[ProXR2025] the future of VR for professional use

Posted by Alexis Vartanian on Sep 22, 2020 4:32:21 PM

A few years ago, there was a lot of hype around Virtual Reality. 2016 was supposed to be the big breakthrough year, then 2017, then 2018… There were talk about VR being the next entertainment/work platform, just like Radio, TV, Computers, Phone were. But it never actually materialized. Hyperbolic growth numbers did not happen as promised. Many VR companies have come and gone and a lot of projects, including from Silicon Valley big names, have been scaled down. Companies promising massive customer deployment have pivoted into niche professional use cases.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, 3D Visualization, Digital Twin, manufacturing, VRcollaboration, Industry4.0

Virtual reality in automotive industry: an engine for digitization

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Sep 9, 2020 3:53:33 PM

The automotive industry is a fast-paced sector which continuously adopts technologies that powers their digital transformation. Virtual Reality (VR) is one of the most fitting technology to provide the automotive sector with new methods and tools to design better vehicles, test different configurations, check driving ergonomics, refine manufacturing processes, etc.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, 3D Visualization, manufacturing, Industry4.0, automotive industry

8 technologies that will drive your digital transformation

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Aug 10, 2020 3:00:00 PM

Many opportunities and challenges were brought by Industry 4.0 to the manufacturing industry. The new technologies connect digital and physical assets, which changes all the business processes. To embrace this radical change, companies must understand and master all the steps from product conception to selling. However, only Digital Champions have adopted these technologies today, and others will likely struggle to keep competitive. So far, only a few companies have emerged as Digital Champions and gotten all the benefits from Industry 4.0.

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Topics: AR/VR, CAD models, Digital Twin, manufacturing

How full body tracking VR improves ergonomics for manufacturers

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Jul 6, 2020 6:02:30 PM

Industry 4.0 and digital revolution brought many innovations, new methodologies and tools to the manufacturing industry. Virtual Reality technologies enable businesses to design products and better their production process by simulating 3D prototypes in a virtual environment. Besides saving time and resources, this new approach also enables to optimize the manufacturing lines and improve the workplace ergonomics.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, manufacturing, Industry4.0, body tracking

How VR for manufacturing helps industries embrace Industry 4.0

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Jun 2, 2020 1:04:27 PM

Today, we are witnessing the digitization of manufacturing, a transformation so complete it compels the sector to find new business models and innovative solutions to increase productivity, profitability and safety of their employees. This transformation is called Industry 4.0. and deals with the huge amount of data that we are generating every day, and how to use it. One of the most effective ways to visualize and exploit this information is through Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR). This enables new opportunities, especially for manufacturing industries.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, CAD models, manufacturing, Industry4.0

Beyond teleconferencing: VR meetings are shaping how we collaborate

Posted by Sandrine Lasserre on Apr 10, 2020 2:13:49 PM

With the recent democratization and availability of VR technology, many companies are racing to adapt Virtual reality (VR) to the workplace. If it may be too late for business to develop a new set of policies for remote work, they can still make the experience productive and engaging for their employees. Especially by giving them the right equipment to keep collaborating competently on their projects.

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Topics: VR software, AR/VR, CAD models, 3D Visualization, VR systems, shipbuilding, manufacturing, Construction industry, VR hardware