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Significant risks exist with traditional design methods

Engineering and architectural drawings, due to their static paper-based nature, are difficult to visualize.

Projects with multiple stakeholders generally involve a large amount of review and rework of the design. This creates a large number of iterations, and requires exhaustive meetings and communication for all parties to be aligned. 3D ‘mock-ups’ can be used, but are generally very time consuming and often unproductive due to their static nature.

The likelihood of design error is substantial as drawings cannot involve input from all relevant stakeholders and do not provide a dynamic environment where all factors can be considered, including important interactions between people and their operating space.

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Our spatial design tools provide a real-life, 3D interactive experience to validate & optimise

CADwalk’s patented spatial augmented reality (SAR) offers a collaborative and immersive design process that is not experienced anywhere else in the world.

Interactive 2D plans are projected on the floor at any scale, up to 1:1, so your stakeholders can walk through the design in life size, provide feedback and make changes in real time. A 3D model is simultaneously projected on the wall providing validation from all angles. For that extra immersion, Virtual Reality is offered as a third visualization method.

A Lifesize design session removes the protracted design process, irrespective of complexity and size. Analysis has shown design costs are reduced by 50%, design time by 80%, and stakeholder input improved by 99%; considerably reducing project risk. The Lifesize design session provides a collaborative space for all team members to test ideas, and then sign off on concepts plans, allowing for a rapid move to the detailed design phase. 

We also offer leading interactive & immersive virtual reality (VR) for the industrial sector. This allows further perspective to clients though depth, movement and audio – resulting in improved understanding and decision making.

Applications for SAR & VR include design, design reviews, human factor assessments, business improvement and stakeholder engagement.

Contact us to experience these technologies for yourself, and achieve optimal outcomes for your projects.

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Case Studies

ScopeErgonomic and human factors upgrade to the main control room and distributed control ...
Sydney Trains
ScopeRail Operations Centre (ROC) Operational Visual Display System for over 100 operators.
WA Utility
ClientWA Utility
ScopeDesign, project management, supply and install of Control Room technical hardware ...
ScopeCritical room works for both the Gorgon (On Shore) and Wheatstone (Off Shore) projects.
WA Police
ClientWA Police
ScopeDesign and deliver a video wall system for the State Operations Centre (SOC) with ...
South 32
ClientSouth 32
ScopeCritical room at key Northern Territory facility.
Ergonomie Australia
ScopeTo create an interactive VR design tool for Ergonomie to assess the human factors (HF) ...
ScopeTo create an interactive “fly through” visualization for a new space center.