Ocean 3D Ltd
Ocean 3D™ is one of the leading 3D Virtual Reality (VR) photography scanning businesses in the UK. Winners of the New Civil Engineers Future of Airports competition in 2019, Ocean 3D and our interactive tours have featured in a number of International Airline magazines. With Rosalind Osborne as our specialist accessibility, education advisor and Non-Executive Director, Ocean3D was the first business in the world without a physical premises to be awarded the National Autistic Society ‘Autism Friendly’ award. We are very much a pro-accessibility, pro-mental health business. Ocean 3D maintains a small, friendly, DBS checked* team.
Ocean 3D were approached to create an interactive tour for the airport by the Tequila Group marketing in Texas shortly after winning New Civil Engineers Future of Airports Competition in 2019. BRO was nearing completion of their brand new $multi-million terminal and wanted to showcase it new facilities to the world, as well as make the airport as accessible and passenger friendly as possible.
Ocean 3D, previous winners of New Civil Engineers Future of Airports competition, are one of the nine technology firms with concepts designed to make rail stations safer, easier to navigate and more social for passengers. The nine have been selected to develop proposals to trial their innovations at Bristol Temple Meads station.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Uses Digital Twins of its Aircraft for Flexible Online Training that Cuts Costs and its Carbon Footprint
Leave it to the world’s oldest airline to pioneer virtual and extended reality (VR and XR) technologies that help its operations soar. Founded in 1919, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines carries millions of passengers and tons of cargo annually to more than 160 destinations around the world.
“A few Veterans and I went out to Corfu and were chatting to the owners about what we could do about creating interactive 360° tours for them. Myself and my partner returned a year later and scanned all their yachts and luxury villa. The experience made us realise the opportunities available and our exports really grew from there.”
A previous winner of NCEs Future of Airports in 2019, Ocean 3D Ltd has again been shortlisted by The New Civil Engineer TechFest Awards. Ocean 3Ds' entry is a finalist in the category of "Best Use of Technology: Health, Safety & Wellbeing"
The ability to journey and destination plan for hidden conditions. A reasonable adjustment under the Equality Act? A legal opinion.
people with physical disabilities or conditions such as wheelchair users and people with partial or full hearing or sight loss are generally well catered for (but still with plenty of room for improvement in some locations) with lifts, ramps, adaptive technology and furniture etc. However, for the Millions* of people in the UK who find the very thought of visiting a new location for work, health, education or cultural fulfilment fills them with trepidation or even terror, there are little to no resources to help. This seriously affects their job prospects, health and the basic quality and enjoyment of life.
Going somewhere new can be stressful. Think about going to an unfamiliar airport. You’re not sure how far it will be to the gate, where you can get a last-minute coffee, where the baby change facilities are. All of these things can add stress to your trip.
Now imagine you’re a person with anxiety, agoraphobia or autism. Those feelings of uncertainty aren’t just stressful – they can be so overwhelming you would rather stay at home. And if you do end up going, the trip can be almost unbearable.
OCEAN 3D LTD, WINNERS OF THE NEW CIVIL ENGINEERS FUTURE OF AIRPORTS COMPETITION 2019, HAVE BEEN SHORTLISTED IN TWO CATEGORIES FOR THE PRESTIGIOUS 2020 TECH SOUTH WEST AWARDS.
Interactive VR Tour Of Stansted Airports New Baggage Handling System Delivers Measurable Results For Robson Handling.
“ROBSON ARE ALSO NOW SEEING MEASURABLE AND QUANTIFIABLE RESULTS FROM THEIR TOURS WITH DATA SUPPLIED BY A UNIQUE EMBED CODE CREATED BY OCEAN 3D LTD TO PROVIDE IN-DEPTH TRACKING INFORMATION VIA GOOGLE ANALYTICS.”