CUSTOM SOLUTIONS FOR GLOBAL COMPANIES
As one of the pioneering Virtual Reality companies, Virtualware creates real-world solutions using the latest in immersive and interactive technologies. We don’t sell products, we provide real people with real solutions. We do this because we love it, it’s what we’re most passionate about.
We are witnessing the birth of a new immersive (R)evolution in the business world and we are determined to lead it, with you.
“HP has taken the decision to lead in the VR market, to do this, the partnership with key players is a basic and Virtualware is a clear example, his value proposition for education and for the industry is a key differentiator when we are in front of the customers”
GE Hitachi will be responsible for creating the next generation of training simulators for nuclear processes that will allow us to be more competitive in training and coaching our people, and our customers’ workers. This is the first step towards a new world, the world of immersive technology, in which GE Hitachi will play a leading role by pioneering its application to the nuclear sector together with Virtualware
“Thanks to Virtualware’s expertise, we were able to showcase a very innovative and interactive tool enabling a display of our solution’s capabilities.”
“Virtualware has extensive portfolio in developing impressive and immersive virtual applications that subsequently brings value to the industry.”
“We found the perfect partner to transform our ideas into real projects which we couldn´t develop previously with other companies within the sector.”
Virtualware has appointed John A. Cunningham to the position of President of Virtualware USA, in a move which marks a significant step in company’s U.S. market expansion.
This annual event, organized by VR Logic, which has specialized in consulting, sales, and support of XR and 3D solutions since 2002, will bring together current trends and technologies for exchange with industry, research and development
American analysis firm Litchfield Hills Research maintains a ‘Buy’ rating and a €10 price target for Virtualware (ENXTPA: MLVIR), according to a new equity research report published and distributed last friday.