|Rank||S100 index||Change||Change %||Business ID|
|557. (-7)||232||-9||-3.55 %||2569008-7|
Founded: 2013 Category: Games City: Turku
The product we develop, the IndustrySim Virtual Platform, is a digital 3D environment where the users are able to observe and interact with simulations of diverse industrial processes. Using the system resembles a professional simulation sandbox, and – on the other hand – playing a modern video game, most likely with a VR device as a viable option. It represents the best of both worlds. What is very important, all the simulations are very accurately calculated, which makes the system suitable for professional use. The most current rendering techniques are utilized to achieve immersive, realistic graphics. All detailed analytical data is available. The product is meant primarily for industrial companies to apply in the following business processes: Education and Training Employee training, college and university education; based on simulation scenarios provided by experts or teachers. Gamification is a key factor for this process, making it more effective by an order of magnitude. Engineering Innovations The system allows to quickly create preliminary designs, e.g. for components and production lines, and test new solutions in a proven simulated environment. It can then serve as a virtual research lab for industrial solutions. An example application would be to research the Internet of Things applications in the Energy industry. Marketing of Products Our approach is “the marketing of truth”. The system allows the manufacturers to prove, in an engineering and scientific way, that their products work better than the competitor’s ones. For example, by simulating the emissions, one could show that his product is actually environment-friendly (which justifies a larger price of it). Also, every process is represented with its monetary value so that the user can see how their investment would pay. Users may use predefined scenarios for multiple industries; they may also provide and publish their own designs of factories and components.