All the power of VU.CITY Platform harnessed to help you get the most out of your site.
Unique models, built for your needs be it a campus, regeneration site or masterplan are
pre-loaded into the VU.CITY platform.
With bespoke coverage of a given site, these models have supported amongst many, GLP Europe, Taylor Wimpey,
City of London and Segro Slough Trading Estate on residential, brownfield, university and masterplan schemes.
VU.CITY's Site Licences have a powerful role to play in contributing to feasibility studies, master planning and design development. Equally effective for environmental impact assessment, community engagement, marketing and asset management of large scale projects. Using industry leading techniques of modelling, coupled with interactivity and high accuracy, make VU.CITY leaders of digital twins available on the market.
Site Licence's allows collaboration across the full project team.
The digital twin of the proposed Magna Park at Lutterworth has been used to inform the planning and pre-let units as part of the marketing of the site. The level of detail used on this site continued to detail the interior options for several units and demonstrate the capacity with varying forms of racking.
This digital twin of Harwell Campus, the UK’s leading science and technology campus, will provide comprehensive understanding of the context for wide scale development.
Taylor Wimpey have worked with VU.CITY to build the entire masterplan of the proposed new development. The former Wisley Airfield will include a country park, village greens, new shops, woodland walks, ponds and lakes, a school, and retail centre, it represents a significant transformation of the area.
Exeter University recognised VU.CITY’s ability to model at scale with accuracy and detail, combined with a revolutionary digital twin platform, made them the perfect choice to model their campus.
With a vibrant new town now beginning construction as part of Solent Freeport, VU.CITY have built a model of the old Fawley Power Station and will be updating the digital twin with the new masterplan as the planning and design development evolves.