Use cases and references
Users of R3DT’s VR tool have recognized the enormous potential of virtual reality in conjunction with manual interaction. They are already using the advanced consumer technology anytime and anywhere in their daily work. Read case studies of our customers to find out what the VR tool can be used for. And see in our Use Case videos how you can get started very quickly in VR.
Virtual reality in work, assembly, process and/or factory layout planning as well as in technical purchasing and sales
Layout planning U-line
R3DT’s VR tool simplifies the daily work of industrial engineers
- Earlier involvement of colleagues and business partners: With VR you can consider the expert knowledge of e.g. fitters as well as the expectations of customers much earlier in the development process of plants or machines.
- Realistic simulation of manual processes: R3DT brings your own hands into the 3D model, i.e. no complicated controllers are necessary. This allows you to work intuitively with your bare hands and authentically recreate your processes. Anyone can do this quickly and without any training!
- Experience and understand machines and systems in their original size: The model developed in CAD can be experienced by anyone at any time, anywhere on a scale of 1:1 as a virtual prototype and understood with their bare hands.
Finding errors in early planning phases: When handling the virtual prototype, our customers recognize errors at an early stage. High follow-up costs are avoided, resulting in a better and cheaper product in a shorter time.
- Ergonomic design of workplaces: With R3DT’s new Ergo-Check, anyone can objectively check various ergonomic aspects during the planning phase, making workstations more user-friendly and maintenance-friendly.
- Earlier involvement of colleagues and business partners
- Realistic simulation of manual processes
- Experience and understand machines and systems in their original size
- Finding errors in early planning phases
- Ergonomic design of workplaces
Case study Schnaithmann:
Case study Festo: