Success stories

As a leading virtual prototyping firm, we are pleased to work with top organizations from around the world. Here are a few representative clients that we work with. Browse the success stories below to find out how we've helped these companies succeed.

Quintessence Yachts

Discover how OPTIS' technologies helped Quintessence Yachts in their brand marketing positionning.

Bentley

Discover how visual realism is key in the acceptance of virtual reality as a crucial part of product design and development, through the full immersion of teams into the virtual world.

Almeco

Discover how OPTIS and its SPEOS software helped ALMECO, specialized in the aluminium manufacturing for several industries, to integrate new virtual reality design into their traditional processes and methods and how it allowed them to simulate their products for the lighting industry.

Lite-On

Lite-On Technologies wants to offer advanced HUD solutions to their customers, with innovative and differentiating technologies including windshield and combiner display. To this end, they are using OPTIS’ SPEOS for the analysis and design of their HUDs, and benefit from a streamlined solution providing an accurate optical simulation.

Bentley

Mounting the seats in a Bentley Motors automobile is a complex, model-specific process, and mistakes can easily damage expensive luxury materials. Bentley needed an efficient way to train assembly colleagues without compromising the excellence of their brand. Discover how Bentley has chosen OPTIS and NVIDIA to accelerate training and shorten time to market thanks to Virtual Reality based on a highly realistic 3D model of the car combined with real-time physics.

Ruetz

How a medium-sized consulting company was able to accompany a giant of the automotive industry in its innovation strategy.

Continental

By using the SPEOS CAA V5 Based software package since 2006, Continental has been able to explore multiple designs and respond quickly in the event of errors.

Pioneer

Pioneer has succeeded in reducing development workload and improving efficiency. They managed to eliminate the backtracking when designing illumination structures initially using a simple analysis.