Dialogic, the infrastructure solutions and cloud-optimized applications provider has integrated the orchestration platform and Dialogic ONE application with Arvizio MR Studio, a platform for mixed reality visualization.
These two leading companies decided to join their forces and facilitate various processes at a time when the internet of things and 5G high-speed networks have become readily available and accessible, and when augmented reality and mixed reality visualization have become favorite among architects, engineers, and constructors.
“The combination of Dialogic ONE with Arvizio brings a new dimension to the exciting new applications that are possible when you harness the power of IoT and 5G,” explained Peter Kuciak, Global Vice President at Dialogic, liable for the Dialogic ONE platform.
“Augmented and mixed reality collaboration showcases the exceptional user experience possible with IoT solutions running on 5G high-speed networks, which is transforming all industries.”
What the Collaboration between Dialogic ONE and Arvizio Inc. Suggests?
Today, augmented reality and mixed reality are the hottest topics in the world of architecture. However, only a few people have ever tried to realize what drives the augmented and mixed reality.
As soon as you start thinking, you'll realize that these most advances solutions wouldn't be possible without the internet of things and a stable network connection.
On the one hand, we have powerful software platforms such as Arvizio MR Studio, specially designed to accelerate and optimize various processes of 3D design, allowing users to create, edit, and view their 3D models using virtual reality and mixed reality headsets.
The opportunity to interact with 3D models placed in virtual environments both by architects and clients, as well as having a cost-efficient method of presentation that allows designers to identify potential issues and solve them before the construction works start are both incredibly helpful options.
On the other hand, we have a cloud-optimized solutions provider that allows customers to utilize real-time communication, simultaneously working on the development of IoT and 5G networks. As a communication service provider, Dialogic invests lots of efforts into advanced technologies to improve engagement and increase speed and agility to generate results in scheduled timeframes, allowing quicker integration with new technologies in an API-centric way.
However, when we have collaboration between such platforms, we can achieve the best results.
Alex Berlin, President and COO at Arvizio explained the essential benefits of integration of their platform with Dialogic's Dialogic ONE application platform:
“5G provides the bandwidth and low latency required to make ground-breaking solutions possible for many vertical applications, and we’re pleased that the Dialogic ONE no-code environment helps make that a simple process for our customers.”
● Real-time sharing of documents, notes, and more importantly, 3D models.
● Multi-party sync across multiple appliances.
● Remote media transmission.
● Integration with external systems.
● Better connectivity to BIM metadata and the internet of things systems.
● Mixed reality experience of JPG images and PDF documents.
The combination of these advanced tech solutions with artificial intelligence can change the world, not only architecture. Can you imagine that you can scan an image using your smartphone, and that, within a few seconds, you can walk-through your virtual 3D model?
Moreover, using augmented and mixed reality, architects can scan their printed 2D floor plans or PDF documents, and present visualizations to their clients and investors using their smartphones. Moreover, using the same app, clients can explore your virtual environment using their phones, even if they're miles away.
Besides better engagement with clients, architects can increase the productivity of the entire team thanks to the feature of multi-party synchronization across multiple appliances, even with remote employees.
Believe it or not, Arvizio gave its users the opportunity to experience augmented reality and mixed reality using their favorite 3D modeling software – Autodesk's Revit.
Once again, they managed to enhance the design experience and gave their users the opportunity to more efficiently design, plan, construct, and edit their projects through mixed reality.
Arvizio’s CEO, Jonathan Reeves, explained the primary goal of such integration:
“The seamless integration of Revit with our MR Studio platform allows firms to more accurately view their models, document key milestones and collaboratively communicate progress to project stakeholders.”
The joint forces of two such advanced companies have allowed their users to get the best augmented and mixed reality experience in an even simpler way.
Until now, AR and mixed reality used to be difficult to understand, and even harder to use, but thanks to this collaboration, managing 3D models in real-time actually means in real time, thanks to the fastest 5G high-speed network and the internet of things!
We hope that their united effort will bring even better solutions to the world of architecture and engineering. Finally, professionals and those new to the architecture industry will be able to explore and improve their businesses using state-of-the-art technology such as augmented reality and mixed reality.
What do you think, is there a chance that Dialogic and Arvizio will change architectural visualization, augmented reality, and mixed reality? Let us know in the comments!