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3D models help visualize and simplify processes and can deliver time and cost savings. As the digitalization of the construction value chain continues, 3D models are being used in more and more areas.

All our 3D models share the same remarkably realistic visual effects, extremely high performance and software independence. The good news is that you do not have to pay extra for our visual effects, they are created automatically by our digital object library, which has grown over the years and contains materials, textures and digital representations of real world objects, equipment and products.

We also offer many other features to meet your needs. Drafts are drawn up accurately and with as much detail as required: semantic and object-based, either as a surface or volumetric model. We deliver the models either in our own 3D-Rocket data viewer or in any common CAD format, so that the models can be edited and used for design and construction.

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Planning simulations in game engines allow the user to move freely through the virtual 3D model so they can experience each individual viewpoint. The model is interactive and can be amended so the user can compare different design options and scenarios, for example a change in materials or the height of noise barriers as specified by planning regulations.

Further simulations and animations are available, such as daylight and weather simulation or noise and shadow mapping. This helps decision makers and stakeholders to better understand the planning and its impact. We use biotic and abiotic, kinematic and inverse kinematic animations.
Intelligent, semantic models provide benefits throughout the lifecycle of a building from decision-making and planning of the implementation process, to operation – the starting point for BIM. The underlying 3D models must have specific characteristics to support for example 4D planning, clash detection and other issues.

Technical simulations help to test and verify the functionality of the design. Visualizations of different design options and their impact (e.g. shadow, line-of-sight, noise, etc.) make decision-making easier. This improves the quality of the design, enables risks to be mitigated earlier in the virtual model and lays the foundation for the efficient management of the asset early in the lifecycle.

Our BIM models are available in any common file format, for example RVT, 3D DWG, 3D DGN, PLN, DGN, COLLADA, CityGML etc.
Our 3D models can be accessed from tablets and other mobile devices. In just one click the user receives information about building components, products or technical equipment directly from the original source system. Use of the model is so intuitive that maintenance processes, such as finding faults on site, error reporting, etc, become considerably easier and more efficient.

Our models can be linked or connected to asset and facilities management systems in a one-off mapping process thanks to our unique methodology and technology. Our semi-automated process creates object-based models, where every object has a location and a unique identifier.
Learning should be as easy and quick as possible, but it should be fun at the same time. This also applies in professional life, such as training for maintenance and repair work on buildings. The combination of photorealistic 3D models and virtual reality brings a new dimension to training and learning – safe, fun, motivating. Training on site and in potentially safety-critical environments can be drastically reduced. This saves time and cost and improves safety.
We believe in gamification, as a way to simplify and optimize processes and procedures through intuitive and real representations, as well as increased motivation and learning outcomes through playful and engaging applications.
Our models are far more than photorealistic, digital copies of buildings, machines and infrastructure assets. We show existing space in combination with planned developments and their associated impact. We use the technology of Geographic Information Systems, for example, for planning signage in railway stations and airports, or for line-of-sight analysis. All our models, whether individual buildings or entire neighborhoods, are fully georeferenced.