Large engineering projects may include extremely complex 3D models in several formats. Novotech is the only technology that makes it possible to share these models in a secure and practical way
Make your 3D models available to everyone or anyone
Upload your existing 3D models in any format to the Novotech cloud
Share securely with anyone inside or outside your organization
View model and metadata in full detail in any browser
WHO IS IT FOR AKA CAN I USE IT?
Construction and Real Estate development
Novorender easily integrates 3D models from all suppliers into a single model that can be shared with anyone
Share engineering models throughout development to all stakeholders: Investors, builders, project managers, local government and more
Use the 3D models to help engineers and builders on site during construction, reducing costs and avoiding misunderstandings
Oil and Gas
Novorender is unique in its ability to combine large 3D-models in different formats into single models which can be viewed on any computer or mobile device. Unlike other viewers, Novorender ensures meta-data is not lost in the process, giving te remote viewer full access to all the details and all the meta-data such as part numbers, manufacturers, part specifications and more. Novorender is also easily integrated with most commonly used IT platforms and tools.
Extend Aveva capabilities with Novotech
Use Novotech to extend the capabilities of any Aveva design environment, with no changes to existing workflows. Novotech becomes an extension, providing the ability to share detailed Digital Twins in a secure way, viewable on any device in any location.
Architecture and Design
Share 3D models with customers: Create ‘virtual tours’ of the new building, get early feedback, discuss and agree on changes. Doing this early in the development process ensures fewer misunderstandings and voids expensive changes later
Sun and shade simulation: Provide exact simulations of sun and shade conditions for projects
Path tracing for realistic lighting: Novorender’s advanced ‘light-baking’ technology provides a very accurate illustration of indoor lighting conditions