360 stands for round or closed – used for space, time, process. Imos 360 allows for the end user to be taken into the process of design and order to the final manufacturer.
Imos has created apps for smartphone and tablets which allow the end manufacturer to communicate and exchange data with the customers via a cloud system. Using such technology, the client can project the future design of their furniture in their homes. This allows for the customer to be drawn in the design process as well.
That’s how the imos 360 works: 3D data, created from imos CAD are saved in the cloud and can be accessed via the imos 360 app which is used with smartphones and tablets. The exchange of 360 degree panoramic images, price information, and various types of documents, most commonly AR modules, become very valuable for the customer.
AR stands for augmented reality. This technology allows owners of smartphones or tablets to visualize virtual furniture in real life rooms. The camera function of the smartphone allows for a real life surrounding while the imos 360 3D model, includes the materials and color presentation. Various furniture designs can be saved in real life surrounding. After that you can save the and share your images with friends in social media. What’s more, you will have a communication channel between the manufacturer and the client which will allow customers to send their vision to the manufacturer.
Imos presents how you can use imos 360 on boot A30 in hall 26 and welcomes everyone interested to come and try the app.
Frank Prekvinkel Phd, CEO of imos will explain the idea behind the imos 360. „In Germany every 3rd person has a smartphone and the use of such devises keeps rising worldwide. Mobile terminals allow for amazing ways to visualize of pictures and images as well as downloading or uploading them. Furthermore, there is a focus on extended communication and data services. A powerful communication platform has been created, which will be available to everyone to all of the imos users. Imos 360 will help our customers improve business processes and extend client relationships. The customers of today want to design and order their furniture as easily and conveniently as they buy airplane tickets or book hotels. “