Interactive 3D models and digital twins have revolutionized industries from healthcare to architecture. They’ve become an integral part of workflows like product development, testing, marketing, sales, and maintenance. If your business uses simulations for training, there’s a high likelihood that simulation was built using Unity 3D. When Unity was launched in 2004, it had a mission to democratize interactive 3D content. Today, it’s a public company worth $30 billion with a robust professional services business line focused on enterprise projects. This includes building interactive 3D training for employees in high-risk environments in industries like energy and construction.
Faster 3D rendering with Unity can cut the multi-billion dollar cost of corporate training
What are the dollars and cents ramifications of faster rendering? It means that if you’re one of the companies that spent $29.4 billion on training expenditures like travel, training facilities, or in-house training sessions in 2020, an interactive and lifelike 3D learning platform can dramatically cut your costs. You no longer have to make a choice between hard-to-read PDFs or flying trainers across the country. You can create detailed simulations and have your employees log into a highly customized, immersive experience.
Unity, which has carved out a niche for itself in the learning, training, and development portion of the creation engine market. One example is Unity’s support building a training module for PG&E that reduced time spent on the job and associated costs by 62 percent. It also reduced re-work by 37 percent, allowing employees to complete work on a specialized pump correctly the first time. That helps technicians practice the teardown and rebuild of a particular valve for preventative maintenance purposes.
Of course, using and sharing these interactive experiences requires a distribution method to stream them to any device. Often, 3D experiences require users to come to a dedicated site and use a high-powered computer to access the data-intensive 3D experience. Today, it’s possible to securely stream these experiences to a trainee’s smartphone, tablet, or laptop without compromising the graphics quality or interactivity of the experience.
Simplify the way you work with Unity
As the leading distribution partner of digital twins for enterprise, PureWeb’s fully managed platform ensures a seamless workflow for Unity projects. Our plugin makes it easy for Unity creators to upload their projects quickly to PureWeb’s platform.
The PureWeb Reality platform ensures that your 3D simulation is secure. Traditional 3D distribution tools stream your source files. We don’t. PureWeb streams only the final rendering while keeping your proprietary files and data secured within the server. Our Reality platform does not take an “add security and stir” approach to your data. Thanks to PureWeb’s origins in the medical imaging space, security has been built into our platform from day one.
Robustness of the platform
The PureWeb Reality platform was built for enterprise streaming projects, meaning we can help you deploy your projects large or small, and scale-up servers to cover your entire user base. If you are a global company that needs to share your Unity-created simulations with employees on the other side of the world, we can make it happen.
When your users use the PureWeb platform to access virtual assets and digital twins, there are no downloads or installations required. They can access a training simulation as easily as they’d access a Netflix show or a YouTube video. Once they click on the link, they’ll enter the experience, and the quality of the experience remains the same whether they enter through their smartphone, tablet, or laptop.
How to access the Unity plugin in the PureWeb Reality platform
Here’s how you can access our Unity plugin: