3D modelling and visualizations
3D models and visualization of premises form integral part of our documents in the field of explosion and fire protection. We also prepare 3D models as a separate service for a broad range of customers from private persons up to public institutions.
As the drawings moved from the drawing boards into computers, it is no longer modern to deliver simple ground plans, elevations, and side views. 3D rules the world.
We perform 3D modelling of both commercial and private objects, interiors, exteriors, as well as individual machines and equipment.
- 3D models of production halls, administrative premises, warehouses, workshops, garages, but even entire technological units, both indoor and outdoor
- 3D models of exteriors, park and landscaping works, roads, premises, parking lots
- 3D models of building exteriors, facades, advertising signs
- 3D models of buildings inserted into satellite and aerial photographs (Google Earth) – for zoning purposes, planning studies, etc.
Models as part of the documentation and materials for training
What arose as the necessity for graphic representation of comprehensive spatial zones with explosion hazard turned into a standard component of both Explosion Protection Document and fire-protection documentation. Customers use our models not only as a part of their company documentation but also as an autonomous tool for staff training or groundwork for design and implementation of changes to technology.
Advantages of 3D models:
- all technical documentation is easier to understand even for people who are not used to reading technical drawings
- possibility to acquaint the employees or visitors with the technology without need for visiting the particular area (risk of contamination, clean premises, noise, high dust level, security and privacy reasons relating to certain parts of production, etc.).
- training materials relating to occupational health and safety and fire protection
- clear representation of complex and extensive equipment and installations (chemical industry, power generation, etc.)
- visualization of premises with limited access and safety risks (airports, warehouses for storing hazardous substances, premises storing explosives, premises with limited access)
- possibility of technology visualization exceeding real possibilities (view inside the equipment, bird-eye view, visualization of inaccessible areas)
Is it better to crosshatch the hazardous areas in the ground plan which was prepared for a completely different purpose or to create a 3D model of given technology with clear boundaries? Inquire with us and you will see that the 3D modelling is neither as expensive nor as difficult as you think.