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Magnetic MRO launches tailor-made VR System as its latest in-house capability

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Magnetic MRO launches tailor-made VR System as its latest in-house capability  - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Estonia Aircraft: Airplanes

Last week Magnetic MRO has finalized the construction of its new unit functioning under Interior Workshop and serving as a tailor-made service in respect of 3D visioning of aircraft interiors. The company is using HTC Vive Virtual Reality headset together with the customized software which enables its customers have an advanced and simulated idea about how the whole interior would look when new changes are installed in terms of colour, image, material and/or texture.

The system allows users to try different configurations and looks along with a possibility to walk inside the aircraft and check the modifications in detail in order to have a better understanding of the small changes applied to whole interior.

“We are proud and excited to be one of the industry leaders through such innovative solution that is shaping the future trends and demands of the MRO market. Through this recent development, both our customers and our interior workshop department will get to see the bigger picture before rushing on a decision and changing the seat colours and/or carpet texture based on just an idea.” says Risto Mäeots, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “It doesn’t only provide a highly cost-effective solution for our customers, but also plays a key role for a significantly time-efficient answer for everyone.”

Magnetic MRO is also known for its other 3D Technologies applied to MRO business, including 3D printing of aviation approved parts and 3D Dent & Buckle.

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