Freiburg im Breisgau-headquartered computer software startup realworld one provides a collaboration platform designed to build a community for manufacturers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food industries in VR and AR
Maryam Al-Haddad, marketing assistant at realworld one, tells VRWorldTech what the platform can do for manufacturers.
VRWT: Where are you based and what does the platform offer?
Al-Haddad: realworld one is a computer software startup company based in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany. We were founded just last year in 2018, and are lucky to have employees in the US, China, India and more.
realworld one, our software name, is a collaboration platform designed to build a community for manufacturers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food industries in virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR). The platform connects scientists, customers, and manufacturing companies from all over the world in virtual environments, with a strong focus on laboratory, analytical and processing equipment.
We offer the opportunity to work together in a virtual environment, regardless of physical distance, and to interact with products and people, in an experience otherwise not possible. realworld one users can upload files from their desktop and even record in VR.
Additionally, virtual collaboration saves our users travel time, costs and jetlag, and aims to reduce the carbon footprint associated with global business travel. We offer a beta version for manufacturers and our platform will be shown to the public in the future.
VRWT: How does the platform improve manufacturing and scientific processes?
Al-Haddad: The realworld one platform saves time in training. Studies show it can cut down training time by half and increase learner retention rates. Our platform enables users to access the most up-to-date and best information on equipment and devices.
Furthermore, by assessing products in VR, errors and costs associated with production are significantly reduced. The realworld one platform also advances scientific innovation, as global users will be able to discuss their research together and interact with 3D visualisations of molecules, for example.
VRWT: What about your AR applications? What do these offer?
Al-Haddad: In addition to VR, we create AR applications that are experienced with Microsoft HoloLens or MagicLeap, as well as on the iPad. These experiences showcase our clients’ projects, with interactive 3D visualisations of company products, so they can be shown to potential customers, anywhere they are in the world.
We have also created technology that controls laboratory equipment using AR glasses, named labworldcontrol. AR technology enables users to experience reality while also retrieving valuable information about experiments or products, for example.
VRWT: How can interested parties partner with you?
Al-Haddad: Let us show you what we can do. Anyone interested in learning more about our realworld one software is encouraged to contact us. We have offices in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany; San Diego, California, and Wilmington, North Carolina, US Guangzhou, China; and Bangalore, India.
Our sales and project managers are very happy to assist you with any questions you may have. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe VR/AR will influence the future of sales, marketing, training, research and development divisions and more. We look forward to the chance to assist your company in discovering the value of VR and AR technology.
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