VRVis developed a virtual environment that enables hazard-free training of safe ammunition storage for the Austrian Armed Forces Logistics School.
The HEROD project employs a combination of sensor technologies, data analytics, ontologies, and visual computing to improve predictability and quality assurance in 3D printing.
In this WWTF-funded project, VRVis is developing a roadmap that will serve as the basis for positioning visual computing as a key enabling technology for the real-world implementation of digital humanism.
VRVis developed together with the Museum Graz a new tactile panorama relief for the unique view from Graz's Schlossberg.
On the way to sustainable, climate-neutral cities, the EU project GREENGAGE is developing innovative technology solutions, for better population participation in the issues of mobility, air quality and healthy living.
In the European Digital Innovation Hub "AI5production", 17 renowned scientific institutions have joined forces to support manufacturing companies on their digitalization journey with the help of AI technologies.
Automatic creation of visualization models in VR through interface from GIS to XR enables faster mission planning.
VRVis develops an interactive Visdom model for the OOWV (Oldenburgisch-Ostfriesischer Wasserverband) for simulating and visualizing regionally differentiated heavy rainfall events for the entire OOWV area.
As part of the research project WiCiD, VRVis is developing an interactive visdom web application for the city of Gothenburg on behalf of DHI Sweden.
InPlan and VRVis develop a visualization and simulation package for energy planning of buildings, which enables intuitive optimization in terms of energy efficiency and comfort.
In the PROVEX project, JOANNEUM Research and VRVis are developing a provenance-aware workflow management tool for heterogeneous data for use in ESA's HERA mission.
A high-resolution base model of the entire federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate makes heavy rain and flood simulations accessible to different user groups.