With the HTC Vive virtual reality headset, automated materials handling system models made for control testing, simulation and demonstration can be experienced and shared.
The headset allows a wearer to explore and interact with a running system model from within—pushing buttons, picking up loads and observing behaviors.
Multiple users in different offices or countries can be immersed in the same simulation to collaborate when developing and testing ideas with other colleagues or clients.
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Emulate3D develops industrial software products for offline virtual commissioning, order throughput analysis and system dimensioning, and AMHS demonstrations. Widely used within the material handling industry for the development of distribution centers, postal systems, manufacturing, and airport baggage handling, Emulate3D products are a cost-effective way to improve understanding among stakeholders.
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