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Customer adaptation of interactive 3D-floor plans

Reference number
Coordinator Vyer Technologies AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 288 000
Project duration March 2017 - July 2017
Status Completed
Venture Innovative Startups

Purpose and goal

This project has been dedicated to developing a profitable business case for commercialising project company’s technology for automatic 3D-modeling and mobile 3D-rendering. Research, performed as a part of the project showed that the technology create most value when used for facility management applications. From this conclusion, the project group has developed its product to a facility management service software that have been well received by customers and strengthened profitability.

Expected results and effects

This project has resulted in an end-to-end solution that provides easy access to digital 3D-models of buildings used for facility management applications. It has also made it possible to access these models and associated tools from simple, accessible mobile hardware units. The project has resulted in a user interface, built for individuals without a professional background in 3D applications, making it possible for more people to access resources that enable cost savings in facility management.

Planned approach and implementation

The approach of developing a product together with customers was successful. This way, the project group could develop a product which creates stronger customer value and a more sustainable business model. Better understanding of client needs led to better conclusions as to what creates value for our customers. The scope of product improvements which followed this work was more extensive than anticipated. This issue was solved when the project group was permitted an extended project period.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2017-00693

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