Porsche decided to use the original CAD data of the new Taycan for the world’s first workshop solution using realtime 3D and Augmented Reality (AR). Bringing the Digital Twin to the workshop, interactive step-by-step procedures speed up and ease service and maintenance of the company’s first fully electric sports car.
Replacing tedious search through page after page of repair manuals with 3D and AR, the job of the workshop employees becomes a lot more fun.
This unique solution builds on best-in-class software from multiple partners:
Solution development // 4Soft: Customized use case modelling and front-end application development.
Cortona3D // ParallelGraphics: Authoring of interactive step-by-step procedures.
Teamcenter // Siemens: Data management for 3D data, step-by-step procedures and editorial content for publication.
instant3Dhub // Threedy: 3D data streaming to all Porsche workshops around the world for visualization & Augmented Reality using for tablets & desktops.
Porsche extended their existing instant3Dhub licensing to support this new use case world wide.