Quickly and easily sketch your workplace with abstract boxes. Due to the virtual reality you have planned from the beginning with the whole body: Thus spatial experience is at the beginning of every planning process. Planning can be done regardless of how mature existing 3D data is and with minimal qualification effort for the participants. A better understanding of assembly at an early stage reduces the risk of expensive errors, increases acceptance and reduces time-to-market.
Faster time to market
Even before the product specifications have been finalized, Boxplan allows you to understand the spatial conditions of the workstation on the digital twin of the product and thus significantly shorten the time until the start of production.
Start with or without existing 3D data
With Boxplan you can create mockups of your assembly stations in VR from simple boxes. So you can start quickly even without an existing database.
Avoid errors early
Keep an eye on all dimensions right from the start and plan precisely on the human body. Planning errors can thus be identified before costs arise.
Everyone can participate in planning
The intuitive interface and the natural interaction with the virtual environment make it possible to really serve every box plan. This creates acceptance and motivates you to test your own ideas.
In order to shape the future, you have to go new ways. Until now, these paths were largely closed due to high costs, technical capacities or qualification barriers. Boxplan opened this door for us and enabled us to enter the virtual world.
Dr. Björn BoßmannLeiter Standortplanung Montage SL/SLCDaimler AG
Boxplan offers the possibility to present complex production scenarios true to scale and sufficiently detailed in a shorter time. In this contemporary simulation environment, our planners can experience and continuously improve the usefulness of workflows. We expect this to improve the quality of planning - but even more so to intensify interdepartmental cooperation.
Markus KrausLeiter Methoden / ProduktionstechnologieBrose Gruppe