ViveLab Ergo

Ergonomic verification in 3D virtual space

ViveLab Ergo is a high-performance cloud computing innovative simulation system that is perfectly capable of modeling machines, robots and people moving in a given physical environment. Harmonizing the co-operation of these three elements in the industry's 4.0 era is an indispensable task. Using an anthropometric database containing millions of samples, it precisely models ninety-nine percent of human population's anthropometrical characteristics. It highlights the health-damaging effects of forced movements caused by incorrect workplace design using 7 built-in ergonomic analyzes: RULA, OWAS, NASA-OBI, ISO 11226, EN 1005-4, reachability zone, spaghetti diagram.

This technology can be used to ergonomic improvement of existing workstations, ergonomic design of new workstations, or ergonomic design of products. The user-friendly interface has been designed considering the most modern ergonomic viewpoints, which ensures that design engineers, work safety managers, HR specialists, or even creative designers can independently run or collaboration a team to run and evaluate simulations logging in from anywhere in the world.

ViveLab Ergo is a product of ViveLab Ergo Ltd.

ViveLab Ergo

Ergonomic verification in 3D virtual space

ViveLab Ergo

Ergonomic verification in 3D virtual space

Main Benefits

  Coordinate the human – machine – environment system

  Reduce the risk of accidents

  Optimize workflows

  Identify the automatable workplaces

  Increase operational efficiency

  Ergonomic validation in product design

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