Since 2016, Corvecto have been leading the charge for enterprise solutions of VR and AR within New Zealand, we have worked with some of New Zealand’s most prestigious brands and provided novel training and user research solutions that are being used to shape the future of the workforce and public spaces.

 

Our Mission

To utilize digital-reality technologies within business and government to reduce costs, bolster safety and improve operational performance.


”Wyma Solutions engaged Corvecto to help us demonstrate our post-harvest solution capabilities in a unique and innovative way. Given the nature and size of the equipment we manufacture it is difficult for a potential customer to get a full understanding of the line solutions we offer.

The Virtual Reality environment was a perfect way to convey our offerings in a realistic way without the need to take a customer to a factory which could be based on the other side of the world. We have used this Virtual Reality experience at multiple tradeshows and the feedback has been fantastic.

People enjoy exploring the life sized equipment and are amazed at the high level of detail, ease of use and the ability to get inside the equipment to explore it in a way not usually possible. We are excited about the potential of this technology and look forward to partnering with Corvecto to drive further innovation.”
— Penny Bateman, Group Marketing Manager, WYMA Engineering Ltd

a taste of what we get up to

  • Developed world first training applications for Construction, Energy, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Aviation and Medical industries

  • Provided our partners with our OIP Platform ‘inSight’ to evaluate spatial metrics of high user traffic areas of physical locations

  • Created VR and AR experiences for operation of hazardous machinery, simulations of complex emergencies, communicating life-saving experience to medical professionals and improving operational efficiency of on-site utilities

  • Worked with New Zealand’s largest tourism company to create a replica of the UN recognised first dark sky reserve (Lake Tekapo)