An ecosystem delivering comprehensive solutions utilising immersive technology

Architects & Construction

Architectural Visualisation:
Architects use VR to create immersive 3D models of buildings and spaces, allowing clients and stakeholders to experience and understand the design before construction begins.

Site Visualisation: 
AR applications enable architects and construction teams to overlay digital models onto physical construction sites. This helps in visualizing how the finished project will fit into the existing environment.

Virtual Prototyping: 
VR is used for virtual prototyping, allowing architects and designers to explore different design options and make informed decisions before committing to physical construction.

Construction Planning: 
AR assists in construction planning by overlaying digital information onto the physical construction site. This aids in project coordination, reducing errors and improving efficiency.

Client Presentations: 
Architects use VR to conduct virtual client presentations, offering an immersive walkthrough of designs. This enhances communication and helps clients better understand the proposed projects.

Collaborative Design: 
AR facilitates collaborative design by allowing multiple stakeholders to view and interact with 3D models simultaneously. This improves communication and coordination among team members.

Site Inspection: 
Construction professionals use AR to overlay construction plans onto physical structures, aiding in site inspections. This ensures that construction elements align with the intended design.

Remote Assistance: 
Assisted Reality enables remote experts to provide assistance to on-site construction teams through virtual annotations and visual cues, improving problem-solving capabilities.

Safety Training: 
VR is used for safety training programs, allowing construction workers to experience and learn how to respond to potentially hazardous situations in a controlled virtual environment.

Remote Collaboration: 
XR facilitates remote collaboration by allowing architects and stakeholders to share and interact with design models in a virtual space. This is particularly useful when team members are geographically dispersed.

Stakeholder Engagement: 
Can be used to engage stakeholders, such as investors, clients, and the public, by providing immersive experiences and visualizations of architectural designs and construction projects.

Data Visualisation: 
XR assists in visualizing complex architectural data in three-dimensional space. This aids architects and project managers in understanding spatial relationships and making informed decisions.

Maintenance and Facility Management: 
XR is used for maintenance tasks and facility management by providing on-site technicians with digital overlays that offer information on equipment, maintenance procedures, and facility layouts.

Building Information Modelling (BIM): VR and AR for BIM: 
XR technologies enhance Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes. VR enables immersive exploration of detailed 3D models, while AR provides on-site access to BIM data for construction and maintenance tasks.