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Toward a more sustainable and connected mobility future

ARSOFT participates in the project "Process Innovation through Digital Twin for the Optimization and Automation of Vehicle and Component Manufacturing" within the Electric Vehicle Aid Line (PERTE VEC) 

In this project, ARSOFT is working on the design and development of new data collection and management processes for the different stages of electric vehicle manufacturing through the generation of digital twins. To this end, it is developing advanced algorithms for the execution of tasks through artificial intelligence, providing greater efficiency, automation and optimization of procedures, taking advantage of XR technologies (Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality).

This is a primary project that is part of the tractor project "Solutions to the New Electric Mobility Needs based on Sustainability and Connectivity Criteria", SoNNMESyC, with file number VEC-010000-2022-9. 

SoNNMESyC aims to transform mobility in freight and passenger transport by addressing the electrification of buses, semi-heavy-duty and light-duty vehicles. The proposal focuses on initiatives that span the entire electric and connected vehicle value chain, from battery manufacturing to powertrain and other systems such as smart charging, manufacturing automation, and augmented reality.

?The project involves companies in the sector present in the automotive value chain in eight autonomous communities. An investment of nearly 64 million euros is expected, with the creation of 600 direct jobs and 2,000 indirect jobs.

These projects are eligible for the line of aid for integral actions in the industrial chain of the electric and connected vehicle within the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation in the Electric and Connected Vehicle Sector (PERTE VEC), within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR) financed by the European Union-Next Generation EU.

ARSOFT winner of the challenge "Virtual Reality Training" organized by the Renfe startup accelerator

ARSOFT has won the challenge "Virtual Reality Training" organized by Renfe's startup accelerator, whose objective is to develop a tool for train drivers in driving. 


In its commitment to Virtual Reality to make a quality leap in its training programs, Renfe has recognized ARSOFT as the winner of the Virtual Reality Training challenge of the V TrenLab Call, with 50,000 euros to develop the pilot of its project in Renfe's startup acceleration program. 

Real infrastructure environments and specific vehicles will be digitized to train situations and skills necessary to complement safety training for driving personnel. 


A virtual technology with a genuine impact 

The investment figures clearly reflect the growth and deployment of Virtual Reality and augmented reality in education. The estimated volume of the educational market in these two technologies is 300 billion dollars by 2032, according to a study by Sheer Analytics and Insights. And, in particular, the market linked to Virtual Reality applied to training is $142 billion by 2031, according to Transparency Market Research. 

But the impact is not only economic. For example, until now the training of operators depended on the system or methodology with which the training was delivered. All this has changed thanks to virtual reality, a technology through which ARSOFT has developed the EyeFlow authoring platform, which allows companies and professionals to work with augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality content in a simple, fast and sustainable way. 

In the context of the railway sector, virtual reality simulators can recreate routes, driving cabs or places such as train stations so that, in this way, train drivers can train in a safe environment their skills and abilities, as well as reproduce as many times as desired possible incidents such as accidents, fires, adverse weather conditions or breakdowns. In this sense, ARSOFT offers substantial advantages by improving the learning curve of the machinists, avoiding the use of real machinery and saving travel, which also means an improvement in the sustainability of the project. This proposal offers a self-evaluation capacity for a more autonomous training, in which the operators can have access to the training contents at any time from all types of devices. 

ARSOFT and Maxi Industries present results of phase 2 of the XRWorMs project

Both companies participated in a virtual demonstration workshop organized by FaCyL, the Automotive and Mobility cluster of Castilla y León, where they presented the results of the second phase of the XRWormMs Project.


A prototype machine alert system was developed based on wearable devices integrated with visualization and operator guidance systems using extended reality (XR).

In addition, an extra layer of cybersecurity has been implemented in the IIoT communication.

The Automotive and Mobility Cluster of Castilla y León, FaCyL, has presented to its partners the results of the second phase of the XRWormMs project, a proposal driven by ARsoft and Industrias Maxi, two of the companies that make up the cluster. This project is co-financed by the Ministry of Industry and Tourism through the line of support for innovative business clusters, in its call for proposals for 2023, as part of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan.

The objective of this initiative is the simplification of industrial digital twins associated with machines, facilitating human-machine interaction. In this sense, it has been highlighted that the industrial sector is currently investing in the development of digital twins with the sensorization of its assets and the generation of IoT data. However, most of these developments do not involve workers as key actors in the process. This is where the work developed by ARsoft and Maxi Industries stands out.


Thanks to the machine status identification system included in the software tool developed in the first part of the project (and presented last April), operators can manage an industrial plant, a production line or individual machines in a simpler and more efficient way.

The second phase of the project has taken another step forward in the implementation of extended reality technology to connect machines with people. A prototype has been developed to respond to machine operation alerts, based on the use of smartwatches integrated with visualization and operator guidance systems using extended reality (XR). It has also implemented an additional layer of cybersecurity in IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) communications.


Demonstration Workshop

The managers of both companies demonstrated in this workshop how the developed prototype allows an operator to connect with the virtual twin through the extended reality (XR) visualization system. The participants of this workshop were able to test the operation of the system of alerts and operator guidance to resolve machine incidents, using smartwatches to receive such alerts and Hololens glasses to visualize the information and guidance processes. The aim is to facilitate the work of operators to improve predictive and corrective maintenance of machines.


The demonstration workshop held to present the results of phase 2 of the project was attended by around thirty professionals from the regional automotive and mobility ecosystem.

International expansion projects for SMEs in Castilla y Le贸n

This company / entity has carried out an international promotion action in the United States, in the year 2023, thanks to the subsidies aimed at financing international expansion projects of SMEs in Castilla y León (2023), by the Instituto para la Competitividad Empresarial de Castilla y León and co-financed by the FEDER funds. Regulated in the Bases: Order EYH/936/2023

XRWorMs. Phase 2.

The XRWorMs Phase 2 project is co-funded by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism through the 2023 call for applications under the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan.

In phase 1 of XRWorMs, a functional and scalable laboratory prototype has been created to integrate the current Digital Twin platforms with the use of XR technologies, so that operators can access easily understandable and accessible data of interest to them. It has therefore been possible to simplify the industrial Digital Twins associated with machinery, driven by a large amount of IoT data, through the implementation of a Machine State Identification system.

Based on the results obtained in Phase 1, it has been considered necessary to propose a Phase 2 in which workers are integrated as another actor of the Digital Twin, connecting machines, processes and people.

The main objective of the XRWorMs Phase 2 project is the creation of a prototype machine alert system based on wearable devices integrated with XR visualization and guidance systems, with the implementation of an additional layer of cybersecurity in IIoT communications.

IMPULSO Project. Phase 02




We continue with the IMPULSO project in this second phase, where we focus the consortium's experience in additive manufacturing in the industrial sector, and more specifically in the aerospace sector, for its application in the medical field.

The project focuses on the application of the best simulation and additive manufacturing techniques for the design and manufacture of surgical implants.

ARSOFT, as an expert company in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality technologies, will investigate the best techniques for the introduction of these technologies to support the medical professional in the different phases of implantology surgeries.

XRWorMs. Phase 01

Research, development and prototyping, at laboratory level, of a software tool that allows software tool that allows operators to more easily control an industrial plant, production line or control an industrial plant, production line or individual machines, by means of a individual machines, by means of a state identification system, using Mixed Reality technology to interconnect machines with people. 

The main objective of the XRWorMs Phase 1 project is the research, development and prototyping, at laboratory level, of a software tool that allows operators to more easily control an industrial plant, production line or individual machines, through a state identification system, using Mixed Reality technology to interconnect machines with people.



At ARSOFT we continue to advance in the IMPULSO project. In this project we are digitizing the different machining processes of a part to support the operator who needs it through mixed reality technologies.

In this project, we work hand in hand with our partners Sevilla Control, Cubicoff, the Andalusia Aerospace Aerospace business cluster and the Innovative Cybersecurity and Advanced Technologies Business Group.

What is the role that ARSOFT plays in this project?

The main contribution of ARSOFT is the use of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality technologies for the virtualization of the machining process of metal parts manufactured by 3D printing.

To do this, at ARSOFT we have our own platform that allows us to digitize processes with XR technologies: EYEFLOW.

At ARSOFT we have launched a new version of EyeFlow Player, the platform that allows access to XR content, for Hololens Mixed Reality devices.

In this project, we have been able to verify, together with our partners at Sevilla Control, that the operators can use these glasses to ensure that they execute the process as defined, thus avoiding human errors and improving occupational safety.

In addition, the ability for the operator to record process information while performing tasks, simply by voice, is extremely useful and can improve process efficiency.

Once the developments were completed, one of the high-repetition machining processes for Sevilla Control was digitized with EyeFlow, aimed at providing support to the operators during the part machining process.

On the other hand, Grupo Sevilla Control presented a technical work instruction for the machining process on a Titanium part on which to generate the digitization of the process. For this, Sevilla Control has provided ARSOFT with the 3D models and the defined processes, for their digitization using the EyeFlow tool, and their visualization with the developed Mixed Reality tool.

ARSOFT's participation in IMPULSO is also key in the activities related to the integration of the different tools with the operational environment and with the digital twin of the machining to be developed in the project.

ARSOFT has worked on the development of the capacity to visualize the information extracted from the digital twin in the different XR and PC technologies. What has allowed to reproduce the visualization of IoT data through a smartphone or tablet in augmented reality, virtual reality devices, HoloLens for mixed reality and PC.

What is being the result?

The work developed by the ARSOFT team gives the user the option to navigate through the different menus of the EyeFlow Player application using voice commands. This functionality allows the operator not to have to use their hands to move forward or backward through the process. In this way, freeing him from this task, the operator has his hands free to manipulate any other tool.

All EYEFLOW functionality is now available in Mixed Reality glasses.

In addition to being able to review the design, or obtain step-by-step instructions for a process, the user is also allowed to view IoT elements as holograms such as specific values ??of assets associated with a machine, historical values, beacons... All these contents are easily generated with the EyeFlow Author platform. This is where the potential lies, since it is what allows investing in XR technologies (Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality) in a sustainable way.

For ARSOFT, the important thing is not that we say that we can provide companies with XR content for their processes with a sustainable investment, but rather that our clients and collaborators try it and see for themselves.

In this context, our colleagues from Sevilla Control tested the content positioned on the real environment to get feedback from the operators and the production manager, with satisfactory results that validate the use of Mixed Reality in industrial plants.

On the other hand, in relation to the digital twin, it is important to point out the optimization of the IoT module that ARSOFT has achieved from its content creation platform.

Thanks to projects such as IMPULSO financed by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism of the Government of Spain, the European Union, the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan and the Innovative Business Associations Cluster, at ARSOFT we continue to innovate, continue to improve and continue to validate our solutions with large companies such as Sevilla Control, Cubicoff, the Andalusia Aerospace business cluster and the innovative cybersecurity and advanced technology business group.

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Smart interviews

Project that aims to help candidates in their training to play a good role in job interviews. This software is also intended to facilitate the evaluation of candidates' own competencies to companies through the use of Artificial Intelligence to reduce recruitment times and improve the efficiency of the selection processes.


Our goal is to digitize your business processes, related to operational or productive aspects:

- Digitalization and/or automation of processes and workflows.

- Integration with various platforms: the solution will have APIs or Web Services for integration with other tools.

- Upgradable: you will have access to solution updates with new versions.

- Scalable: if your company grows or changes structurally, the solution will adapt to these changes.

- Compliance: compliance with the applicable regulations, specifically the Regulation regulating the invoicing obligations of Royal Decree 1619/2012, as well as any other applicable regulations.


Contact us to see how we can help your company evolve:

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The aim of the project is to research and develop new intelligent and flexible production environments for the manufacture of components and systems for the electric vehicle, through the use of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and collaborative robots that mimic the social behavior of ants, Virtual and Augmented Reality Systems for decentralization in the management of factories, continuous monitoring based on Artificial Vision to improve safety, efficiency and quality (and therefore sustainability) of production environments.

ARSOFT aims to develop AR and VR techniques to provide a solution to the training needs of new processes in continuous evolution of the automotive sector and the monitoring of manufacturing plants through the creation of digital twins that show in an easy and agile way the status in real time, either in situ or remotely.



ARSOFT, with its NEXTPLAT DT project, has been one of the eight companies awarded in the
awarded in the European competition XR4ALL (link)
This project introduces in the EYEFLOW platform the ability to integrate any digital twin to obtain an added value
digital twin to obtain an added value with Virtual Reality technologies,
Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality.

Research Aid

Showroom that shows the infrastructures dedicated to science and innovation of CLPU. It is a guided tour in Virtual Reality that allows you to see close to 
its different lasers without having to move or keep the strict security measures that CLPU has. Through a virtual narrator you will be able to know all the
details of their lasers.

Fostering inclusive learning for children with dyslexia

The FORDYS-VAR main objective is to provide an opportunity to improve the learning of people with dyslexia through technology, specifically Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). Introducing these technologies in the process of evaluation and intervention can become a key element to improve the effectiveness of learning and the improvement of their training experience.

The transnationally approach of this project is needed because dyslexia occurs in all languages. Project activities have been implemented throughout 3 different European countries: Italy, Romania and Spain.

Leading company in the manufacture of plastic bands for food

Through Augmented Reality you can see their wide product line of conveyor belts that meet almost all the needs of internal transport. With your cell phone you can see their products from anywhere.

Innovations aerodynamics of the CRONUZ project

Touch application to present the new IDIADA car model. In it, you will be able to see all the characteristics that this model has in a very visual way. 
The design team's goal was to create a minimalist aerodynamic design concept to achieve a pure and elegant shape with solutions.

Learn with virtual reality glasses

Student app for different degrees of the Alfonso X El Sabio University with different video practices. They can do it through virtual reality glasses or with their cell phone.

We use 360º videos to give more realism and that the student can appreciate in the most realistic way possible the different details of the lesson.

Discover Bogeda Vega de Yuco's history

Vega de Yuco is a traditional Canarian winery that exudes authenticity and innovation.
The winery reveals genuine wines, very expressive and with a unique personality.

Integrated in the Regulatory Council of the Denomination of Origin
Wines of Lanzarote, has combined for more than two decades: great artisan tradition,
technology and innovation, to create wines of extraordinary quality in their
different ranges.

With this application you will not only be able to know its winery, if not the history that surrounds it.
Through a virtual guide you will be able to know all the details through the
Augmented reality.

Smart Air Conditioner

Showroom in Virtual Reality that shows the behavior of air conditioning
and Trox cooling.

With this, the user can know which of their products is more optimal for their

Discover the best Andalusia beaches

With this application you can fly over one of the virgin beaches with largest extension of Spain. You will also discover the next actions that will be carried 
out on this beach to improve services, and that you can enjoy a new bike path, a navigable river walk and much more.

Discover different nippon gases products

Nippon gases is a company that works with industrial and medical gases in Europe. With this app you can see all their products as if you were seeing them in their factory through augmented reality.

Professional metal structures

Sample of your projects in Virtual Reality. Metalizard is a company dedicated to industrial activity is aimed at heavy boilermaking, hydro-mechanical elements, large metal structures and industrial assemblies.

Alcampo Christmas

Point with the app to our brochure and enjoy the Augmented Reality content we have prepared for you and especially for the little ones, they will love it! In addition, when you find in our catalog of toys the Augmented Reality brand, you can point with the application to see how that toy comes to life. We have designed this application for the little ones, and the not so little ones, to enjoy the latest technologies in the happiest time of the year.


Advanced solutions for medical challenges

Application dedicated to medical training with practical examples that can be carried out
through Virtual Reality.

Medical Studium

Virtual Reality Simulator in which you can see different ways of showing
human anatomy.

It is an educational application that helps students to reinforce their
knowledge in an interactive and more visual way.