The aviation industry is all about safety. Goal zero is the motto. With GPIXS' three-dimensional scans, it is not only possible to reproduce all aircraft most accurately, but it can also be done with manageable effort. This can be either accomplished by depicting manufacturer models and aircraft categories, or individual 3D scans to create photorealistic three-dimensional images of all individual aircraft. GPIXS offers an almost essential tool for safety planning in the future.
Prevention & training
On the very top layer, security is divided into two main areas: prevention and training. The digital illustration in photographic quality of all structural and design elements allows to simulate a wide variety of emergencies, so evacuation procedures and other emergency plans can be thoroughly thought through.
All 3D models can be accessed easily by all authorized people in high quality at any time from the Internet and via apps on mobile devices in the event of an emergency or for prevention purposes. The virtual images can be navigated through touch screen and also be explored in great detail by moving in real time using VR glasses. Through integrated hotspots, which are clickable, all relevant information regarding infrastructure can be embedded in the 3D scans, e.g. positioning information, detailed procedures, emergency exits, etc.
Time is a life saver
We dream of a world in which airlines and manufacturers equip all aircrafts with 3D scans for potential security measures. And hope that the emergency never occurs. However, in case it does, we want to save valuable time by being able to inform all rescue and emergency forces about local conditions on time.
Fast. Safe. And realistic.
GPIXS first. Under the claim “FEEL VREE”, GPIXS has produced groundbreaking models in the virtual world for over 10 years. From interactive 360-degree tours to three-dimensional scan as a real depiction of prevailing conditions. From racetracks to hotels. And from the football stadium to the Salzburg Cathedral.