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GPure, through a strategic partnership with EPIC Games, is now integrated in DataSmith, the workflow Toolkit for Unreal Engine, for Dmu optimization.

4Dmu Collaborative Viewers and GPure new versions have been demontarted to Laval Virtual 2018, 4th-8th April, Laval, France

4Dmu Viewer and GPure has been presented to Seoul Adex 2017 , 17th-22th October. New immersive capabilites with last virtual reality headsets will be demonstrated.

AGCO is an agricultural company which offers a wide range of tractors, combine harvesters and other equipment (Brands : Fendt, Massey Fergusson, Valtra, Challenger, ...). AGCO has deployed 4Dmu Enterprise, which is used everyday to automate DMUs preparation for several AGCO services tasks :

  • Immersive project review
  • Training animation and media
  • Marketing media
  • Technical documentaion
  • Flow Simulation
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GANIL (Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds) was created by CEA/CNRS and offers nuclear physics fundamental research installation to the world scientific community. GANIL and its partners are currently designing SPIRAL2, a new research installation.
Many partners, located around the world, are contributing to this project (partners laboratory, private companies, …). SPIRAL2 accelerator is built from many complex modules designed with CATIA V5.  In particular, the whole modules assembly is necessary to validate the design of the building where the accelerator will be installed and to design associated devices and networks. Solidworks and Catia V5 are used to design the building.  

GANIL uses GPure to adapt and optimize digital mock-ups in order to achieve and visualize the global assembly.  

The different mock-ups are automatically prepared with GPure from their CAD reference model with 85 to 95% reduction of size in less than 10 minutes.

With GPure, GANIL can now achieve and visualize the assembly of SPIRAL2 system in order, for example, to simulate its layout in the building.


MiRA is designed to reduce the inspection time of tens of thousands brackets that hold hydraulic pipes and wire bundles in place in the plane, and late discoveries of damaged, wrongly positionned or missing brackets.

MiRA technology (Mixed Augmented Reality) has been developped by Airbus Group Innovation. Mira is now in use on the A320, A380, A350 XWB, A400M production lines in French, German, and Spannish Airbus plants. Inspection time for the 60,000 to 80,000 brackets in the A380 fuselage has dropped from three weeks to just three days.

GPure is used to prepare the Catia digital mockup of plane sections to inspect. This GPure automation process selects and optimises the necessary parts with their context for a given inspection scenario and adapts them by adding SAP metadata used by Mira to assist the operator using its tablet PC in the plane under assembly.

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