XR & 3D for the Oil & Gas Industry
We are an Australian creative studio that creates ‘XR’ content and applications for the Oil & Gas industry. We us the latest in 3D, VR, AR, MR & Scanning technologies to help companies in this sector engage with new audiences.
XR Technologies for the Oil & Gas Industry
XR technologies offer a plethora of benefits to the oil and gas industry. Companies can leverage immersive technologies to simulate real-world scenarios, provide on-the-job training, and improve workplace safety. XR can help oil and gas companies to reduce the risks associated with high-stakes situations, such as drilling, production, and maintenance. Virtual and augmented reality simulations can be used to train employees in a safe and controlled environment, helping them to learn the best practices, procedures, and safety protocols. Furthermore, AR and VR technologies can be used to create interactive experiences for stakeholders, investors, and customers, providing a virtual tour of oil rigs, pipelines, and facilities. This can lead to better engagement, increased stakeholder participation, and improved communication across the organisation.
Learn about the technologies we offer for the Oil & Gas industry
We can help create digital twins of real world oil rigs and refineries to allow remote multi-person small group training on complex procedures.
Our AR solutions provide workers with real-time data on equipment and processes, helping to prevent safety hazards and increase productivity.
Using MR, workers in the oil and gas industry can visualize and interact with digital twins of complex equipment and environments, providing a more immersive training experience.
We can create detailed 3D renderings of oil rigs and refineries to aid in maintenance and repair, as well as to create virtual training scenarios for workers.
Our 3D Web development services can be used to create interactive digital twins of oil rigs and refineries, allowing remote and collaborative training on complex procedures and equipment.
Using 3D scanning to create digital twins of oil and gas facilities can help workers simulate maintenance and repairs in a virtual environment, reducing the need for costly downtime and safety risks.