Friday, 7 November 2014

BAE Systems using VR tech to design Royal Navy warships

Like many endeavors, making warships is a matter of specialization, with the various parts of the project scattered about the country or even across the world. For the Royal Navy and its principal shipbuilder BAE systems, this means engineers in Glasgow, Portsmouth, and Bristol having to work together despite being hundreds of miles apart. BAE’s answer is a network of "visualization suites" that allow teams to meet in a virtual environment where they can build and test designs as full-scale 3D prototypes before sending them to the shipyards... Continue Reading BAE Systems using VR tech to design Royal Navy warships

Section: Military

Tags: 3D, BAE Systems, Royal Navy, Ships, Virtual Reality, VR

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