A global software development company and engineering solutions provider, CAD Schroer has been supporting customers from the mechanical and plant engineering sectors, the automotive and automotive supply industries, and public energy and water utility companies for over 30 years. With several offices and subsidiaries in Europe and the United States, CAD Schroer's profile is now higher than ever before, which is why it is at HANNOVER MESSE 2019 to showcase its latest AR, VR, IoT and factory planning solutions and apps. "This year, we're demonstrating how little effort is required to incorporate all kinds of planning data into VR and AR applications. We'll be using real-life examples at our stand to highlight the invaluable benefits of these two technologies," reveals the company's Business Development Manager, Sergej Schachow.
CAD Schroer is looking to make the virtual factory a reality with its latest software products for companies to plan their factories and plants in 3D. The company's innovations plug the gap between engineering and mixed reality. The idea is for planning data to be uploaded directly from CAD software into VR applications. CAD Schroer is a co-exhibitor at the stand of North Rhine-Westphalia's Ministry for Business, Innovation, Digitalization and Energy, where visitors will have numerous opportunities to experiment with a virtual factory given that several VR factories are available for inspection. Wearing VR or AR glasses, they can try out the new technologies for themselves. CAD Schroer is aiming to harness these innovative approaches to help companies make further progress with Industry 4.0 and digitization.