Tracking solutions for numerous business fields


Precise optical tracking and localisation systems are the basis technology for further applications in product design & development, in quality assurance or when performing motion studies of human bodies. Have a look at different solutions with integrated ART´s precise optical tracking systems.
Integrated ART´s optical tracking systems bring applications to a real user experience.

Make your choice for applications in these different industrial business fields:

ArianeGroup, France

Ariane 6 is propelled into the virtual world

...supported by ART Motion Capture.
Subject to commercial constraints, ArianeGroup now massively uses virtual reality to shorten the design times for its launchers.

Tool Tracking Technologies by ART

...can support and optimize your production process

Imagine: Your entire production process is breezing along. It is being tracked. Problems are spotted at an early stage, and you achieve a complete monitoring of the entire operation.

ART's strength in customized solutions

Special targets, software adaptations and technology variants

Since the very beginning ART has been keen to create adapted variants of our product range or even completely custom solutions to fit with certain custome

Digital Projection, UK

Multi-view experience:

Each user sees his own vista With the new INSIGHT 4K HFR 360 Multi-View 3D projector by our partner Digital Projection users can now experience the same application with each their single view and interaction moves.

Mimbus, France

AR for woodworking workers

WOOD-ED TABLE is a project initiated by AFPA, the French association for adult apprenticeship. AFPA asked MIMBUS to create a virtual training solution to simulate the stationary cutting and forming machines.

Bombardier, Germany

Virtual manufacturing at Bombardier with ART tracking

At the headquarter for Central and Eastern Europe in Henningsdorf Bombardier has installed a center for virtual design and engineering, supported by Imsys, German provider of advanced visualisation solutions.

Packaging Valley, Germany

New VR Center using optical tracking

Visitors can use VR technology for life-sized three-dimensional simulations of machines and procedures….and give their presentations a special high impact.

Grohe, Singapore

Optical Tracking inside of the shower cabin

Grohe, the "world’s leading provider of sanitary fittings", has opened its first flagship showroom in Singapore’s, Shaw Centre.

PICOM, France

The future of retail goes VR

PICOM is presenting its brand new Shopping Innovation lab in a 900 m² building of Eurotechnologies in Lille, France.
October 12, 2015, was D-day for PICOM, the French ‘Industries of Commerce Competitiveness Cluster’.

Fendt, Germany

OPtical tracking in the agricultural machinery industry

At Fendt Research and Development in Marktoberdorf, an internal virtual reality center was installed with participation of Viscon, Christie and ART.

Daimler, Sindelfingen, Germany

Fingertracking at Daimler’s product development

Germany's high-class car company recognizes Virtual Reality as a very effective and cost saving chance within their product development.

IAO Stuttgart, Germany

OPtical tracking in architectural and transport research

The Immersive Engineering Lab at the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO is a modern working and presentation environment that allows immersive 3D displays for realistic, detailed, accurately rendered real-time visualization.

University of Kassel, Germany

OPtical tracking for ergonomic analysis

ART systems support the human-robot-interaction laboratory of the Human-Machine Systems Engineering department at the University of Kassel, Germany.

University of Aachen, Germany

Optical tracking in huge VR installations

The main objective behind RWTH Aachen University's latest CAVE installation was to interactively visualize data from science and engineering by means of virtual reality methods. Scientists should be enabled to move in the field of operation and virtually explore their data.

University of Dresden, Germany

optical tracking in the construction machinery industry

The Technical University of Dresden (TU Dresden), Institute for Construction Machines and Conveying Technology, is doing research in simulation applications and Virtual Reality for the construction machinery industry.

University of Toledo, Ohio, USA

New Simulation Center makes experience next to real

In April 2014 the $35 million center on the Health Science campus of The University of Toledo (former Medical College of Ohio), was introduced to the public.

University of Gdansk, Poland

OPtical tracking for "easy to access" immersion

How can we create a virtual reality environment with the highest possible degree of immersion, without overloading users with too much equipment to wear?

Wichita State University, USA

Largest reconfigurable FLEX immersive visualization system ever

Wichita State University’s (WSU) National Institute for Aviation Research partnered with Dassault Systèmes and Mechdyne Corporation to custom design, build, and install the largest reconfigurable FLEX immersive visualization system ever deployed by Mechdyne.

IfM Chemnitz, Germany

Motion Capture with IFM's human model software Dynamicus

As a non-profit industry-oriented research facility, the Institute of Mechatronics (IfM) is active in the field of the simulation of the dynamics of mechatronic systems and human-machine interactions.