Transport & Defense

Innovative solutions to interact with your digital data


The transport and defense industries share the same concerns: they design a standard product that will always be manufactured with modifications to fit the customer needs.

Those minor changes reflect large adaptations in your processes. We offer you solutions to test those modifications through:

  • Motion Capture
  • Haptics

Thanks to Motion Capture, in combination with our software solutions, your engineer can simulate the gesture of an operator in order to perform maintenance operations, check accessibility to the desired elements for their replacement, or test the considered tools, directly within the CAD software environment. Our solutions allow to lean on those tools to realize the operations from a feasibility point of view, but also from an ergonomic point of view. Indeed, our solutions do not have any impact on the CAD software and can therefore be used in conjunction with the tools directly available within the CAD software.

The add-on of a haptic device to the simulation will allow you to precisely feel the elements manipulated and feel the contacts with the digital mockup. Thanks to the haptic feedback, you are capable of understanding the difficulty of the operation and can consider the possible improvements to make it easier, or simply make it possible if the simulation was to point out the infeasibility of the process. The use of haptics allows you to strengthen the virtual world with physics and accelerate the whole prototyping phase, without the necessity of the physical prototype for each step.

In advance of the manufacturing phases, our tools help you to validate, several months ahead, the feasibility of the operations your team will have to realize.


Solutions for:

  •  Human accessibility for maintenance/maintainability
  •  Tooling verification
  •  Assembly, disassembly
  •  Processes tests
  •  Ergonomic assessments

Use cases

  • Piping insertions
  • Winding Engine replacement
  • Instrument panel accessibility and ergonomics