The development and operation of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) is a complex, dangerous and expensive task.
In 2007 storm Kyrill unleashed its wrath on Europe. In the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia forest damage of an estimated 1.5 billion euros was incurred.
When it comes to the construction machine simulator, the realistic simulations of the machines themselves, as well as the bulk material in particular, take center stage.
Service robots are on the advance worldwide. An even bigger market potential is forecast for them than for industrial robots.
3D simulation of forestry machines facilitates training that is efficient and free from danger, e.g. for the purposes of the education and training of prospective forestry machine operators.
With the Virtual Forest, the era of the proverbial “you can’t see the wood for the trees” will soon be a thing of the past for the state of North Rhine-Westphalia’s forestry sector.
In the case of the combine harvester simulation, aside from realistic simulation of the machines, the simulation and visualization of the fields that must be harvested take center stage.