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Leverage Real User Experience to Optimally Plan New Assembly Processes in VR




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Sep 23, 2020

9:30 AM

30 minutes

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R3DT offers the most user-friendly Virtual Reality (VR) software for everyday use in industrial engineering. User can virtualize CAD data at the push of a button (without special knowledge) anytime and anywhere. Anyone can put on the VR headset and work with bare hands (instead of using annoying controllers). In this way, 3D models can be experienced 1:1 within a few minutes, just like in real life. Essential use cases are in work and assembly planning including ergonomics studies, in layout planning of factories, in the development of machines and plants as well as in technical project planning. Alone or in teamwork, hardly identifiable errors are found, especially in early phases. In addition, the development process is shortened. Complex mockups and real prototypes become superfluous. Cross-location and cross-company work in VR is also possible at the push of a button. This avoids a lot of travelling. The bottom line is that companies save a lot of time and money. You are welcome to test the VR software from R3DT in detail anytime, anywhere and with the whole team.

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Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Rüdenauer

Founder & Managing Director



Andreas Ruedenauer is co-founder and Managing Director of R3DT, a VR software company based in Karlsruhe, Germany. Andreas and his team spun off as a start-up from the KIT university. Within a few years, they have established a market leader for easy-to-use virtual reality in industrial engineering. On the way to developing a standard software they were supported by many customers and organizations like VDMA, MTM, the IT Accelerator CyberLab and the Virtual Dimension Center. Prior to self-employment, Andreas worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Vehicle System Technology (FAST) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Here Andreas received the title of Dipl.-Ing. (graduate engineer) in mechanical engineering. At R3DT Andreas is responsible for sales and product development of the software. He is married and has two children.



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