UEC and Nomix presented promising aircraft engines in virtual reality

United Engine Corporation and russian VR developer Nomix presented a virtual showroom at the MAKS-2021 International Airshow.
UEC and Nomix presented promising aircraft engines in virtual reality

The virtual showroom presents several models of promising engines, including the new PD-14 engine for the Russian МС-21-310 airliner. Gas turbine engine models are developed in accordance with regulations and details of real objects and are adapted to be shown in a Head Mounted Display (HMD).

The technology allows you to accurately reproduce a future project, visualize all systems and parts of aircraft engines.

“The Russian VR / AR market is one of the ten fastest growing markets in the world. Unlike global players who are focused on solutions for consumers, the development of VR / AR technologies for business prevails in Russia. According to KPMG estimates, 21% of companies are already actively adopting VR technology, which allows them to optimize their operating costs. The solutions that we have implemented jointly with the United Engine Corporation will be distributed on the Russian market this year, ” notes Nomix CEO Arkady Overin.

The main idea of ​​the VR showroom is to create a realistic virtual exhibition exposition to get acquainted with the promising engines for the development and production.

“Cooperation with Nomix allows us to create virtual models of aircraft engines, to demonstrate promising airplan  and helicopter engines that are still under development and, ultimately, optimize financial and time costs, ” says Vyacheslav Khristolyubov, UEC Digital Transformation Director.

Nomix LLC is an interactive VR applications developer, focused on modern educational applications, corporate simulators, immersive exhibitions, as well as VR games for popular platforms.

United Engine Corporation JSC is an integrated structure specializing in the development, serial production and maintenance of engines for military and civil aviation, space programs and military the marine fleet, as well as the oil and gas industry and energy.

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Published 23.07.2021
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