Welcome to the new 3D Visual Enterprise Dev Center!
I am excited to inform you about another cool product of our Developer Center family: SAP 3D Visual Enterprise. SAP 3D Visual Enterprise is a great evolution of SAP’s User Interface strategy. I remember my times as Product Manager for Mobile, then Web Dynpro and later for UI strategy. 3D Visualization in real time was always a kind of dream for enterprise environments. Only some years later, this unreachable dream turns into reality: All of a sudden accelerating decision making, optimizing productivity, and improving quality becomes intuitive and fun – with software that integrates 3D Visualization and business data across your value chain. With SAP Visual Enterprise applications, you can remove the obstacles that have inhibited communication between your lines of business and your customers and partners.
In order to experience what is possible, I strongly recommend watching this video. It shows how car design engineers, decision makers and production specialists work together, using visualization. It also features a beautifully designed car, which is probably going to be a collector’s item soon. See the amazing Fisker Karma in action!
Another use case I can imagine is assembling new furniture, which I do pretty often, since my husband is too busy to do that (that is his official story, in reality I am pretty sure he does not like it and rather prefers to spend his time on bikes, in cars and so on…). You could struggle with a set of printed instructions that must have been written by a rocket scientist, or simply got lost in translation somewhere between Mandarin and English. Or, a more elegant alternative, you could use a 3D step-by-step instruction – get ready, IKEA! Whether you are building a crib, assembling a bike, or fixing your lawnmower, 3D Visual Enterprise turns that dreaded weekend project into a fun experience. Check it out!
Curios enough? Want to get your hands on SAP’s 3D Visual Enterprise? Check out the SDK’s, it is all for free!
And if that is not enough yet, here is a real customer use case you might like:
If you have any questions, please post them in the discussion forum or post your comments here!