Reap the Benefits of a Virtual Factory Tour Virtual Factory Model Virtual Factory Digital Twin
Our Virtual Factory solutions provide a digital copy of a future or present factory, helping you to get a full grasp of everything within your factory including all machines, production lines, installations and services.
In the virtual factory, all objects and production lines within the factory are fully visualised in 3D, ensuring you can work through the makeup of your business and make sure that your processes and networks are perfectly organised.
If you’re looking for a solution to help you promote and market your business, plan your space or help with operational optimisation, get in touch!
A Virtual Factory tour is the perfect tool to promote and market your services!
We use the latest 3D scanning and photo imaging technology to create a highly immersive experience that’s just as impactful as being in the actual factory. The end user can easily navigate through the space looking in any direction they like and gain a deep understanding of the environment they are browsing.
How Long Does it Take?
The scanning process is quick, taking roughly a day dependant on the size of your facility, and will not disrupt your shop floor activity.
The scan is then edited and processed and is available to view normally within a week. The 3D immersive scan is hosted online and can be added to your website or viewed on a desktop computer, tablet and or your mobile. The scan data can also be viewed on a VR headsets such as Oculus or Samsung Gear. We can add and tag key information to the 3D images taking the experience to an even more immersive level.
What Can a Virtual Factory Tour be Used for?
- Website and marketing promotions.
- At exhibitions and client presentations.
- Health and safety training and inductions.
Funding For Lancashire SMEs
If you’re a Lancashire based SME, you may be eligible to have a Virtual Factory Digital Twin created for free through the UCLan DigitalPlus project.
DigitalPlus is a project supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and their help is available to companies that meet the below criteria:
- SME based in Lancashire.
- Employing less than 250 employees.
- Trading business-to-business (B2B).
- Have either an annual turnover not exceeding 50million Euros or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding 43million Euros.