CAD Center is dedicated to developing interactive content and simulators for urban digital twins and smart cities in Japan. Find out how they leverage the power and simplicity of Twinmotion and Unreal Engine to create and visualize vast data sets.
51World’s digital twin of Wuyi Square Station, the busiest transit hub in Changsha, China, was built for both the present and future. While analysis of current traffic patterns can help officials optimize passenger flow right now, predictive scenarios can give insights into how to plan for the future.
Beyond what we see, real-time technology can be used to enhance what we hear. Forward-thinking organizations are leveraging Unreal Engine to create real-time audio experiences and visualizations that can improve urban planning processes and help design buildings with acoustics in mind.
When new bus and tram infrastructure was proposed to transform the face of the French technology park of Sophia Antipolis, civil engineering firm Egis was brought in to communicate the design to residents. Find out how it used Twinmotion to create a real-time animation of the bus/tram route.
From driving simulators for more accurate design review to high-fidelity visualizations that help clients better understand proposed works, real-time tools are transforming traditional workflows on infrastructure projects at Arup.
Discover how one of the largest engineering companies in the world created a photorealistic flythrough of a large-scale infrastructure project in the UK, leveraging Unreal Engine for faster iteration times and flexible workflows.
Network Rail dramatically improves the efficiency, cost, and time to completion for track renewal programs, thanks to a UE4-powered virtual simulation environment developed at the University of Salford.
Engineering consultancy AFRY is using real-time technology and big data to power interactive rail network design. The award-winning company is harnessing the power of geographic information system (GIS) data relating to the local landscape and archaeology to inform decisions.
When you need to do something as potentially traumatic as moving not just someone’s home, but large parts of their city, effective visual communication of the plans is key. Find out how Tyréns uses their custom build of UE4 on this and other large-scale urban and infrastructure projects.