RemSense is revolutionising how global companies, including their first Virtual Plant client Woodside and its employees access, collaborate and interact with their globally distributed assets through the Remsense Virtual Plant Platform.
Virtual plant is a unique digital twinning system that allows companies to view and manage dispersed assets. A digital twin is a virtual model that allows for the pairing between the physical and the virtual world. Virtual Plant is not alike other digital twins in that its models are not computer rendered graphics but are real images, offering insight as if the user were there.
Lidar scanners are used to map and record any desired assets allowing all employees to view and traverse said assets to better understand the companies infrastructure. The images taken by these scanners are captured in an extremely high level of detail allowing for zooming and interaction with assets at an intricate level.
Virtual Plant is quick to implement as, depending on the size of the area to be captured, the scan can be completed in days and, once captured, the data can be processed and made live within 24 hours. The Virtual Plant can be easily updated as required, if changes are made to the previously captured assets.
Mac Equity Partners raised $700,000 at 0.16c in a pre-IPO raise in April 2021 and in November 2021 raised $5,000,000 and acted as lead manager in a heavily oversubscribed IPO raise at 20c.
“RemSense fits the profile of what many of our clients look for – an innovative company that has huge growth potential via the development of new technologies, whilst proving it can already operate efficiently and generate revenues from its existing business lines.”Bryant Mclarty, Executive Chairman