XTEK’s (ASX:XTE) most recent business addition Simmersion has launched the latest version of its proprietary software, XTviz, which is a simulation program.
The software will be useful to a range of organisations, including government agencies, urban planners, property developers, architects, mining companies and environmental impact consultants.
The program allows users to move around a spatially accurate 3D environment to conduct visual impact analysis.
XTEK is a leading company in the Australian Homeland Security Market and is focused on the delivery of protection and sustainment solutions for the government, law enforcement, military and commercial sectors.
The supply and maintenance of Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (SUAS) is becoming a major focus for XTEK.
Simmersion and XTviz
Simmersion Holdings Pty Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of XTEK Ltd.
Simmersion specialises in creating spatially accurate interactive 3D simulations of real world environments, to assist clients in communicating to stakeholders so that they can better see, analyse and understand project outcomes.
Simmersion is primarily a services business with proprietary software providing visual impact assessment tools.
Over the past year Simmersion has developed XTviz™ software.
Key features include:
- XTviz incorporates shadow analysis tools to visualise the impact of shadows on a building or buildings at various times of the day;
- XTviz allows users to fly to any position and accurately visualise the line of sight from that location such as the impact of a planned building from a specific window of another building;
- XTviz allows users to quickly create or import 3D models and position them precisely to assess the visual impact they would have on the surrounding environment;
- XTviz allows users to create screenshots from any location to record the impact of changes to the built environment, such as line of sight obstructions and shadows and
- XTviz has measuring tools to help understand height and dimensions of imported models or buildings.