Powerful 3D visualizations for your Digital Twin Application


Make complex situations more comprehensible

Boost the usability of your IoT apps with an easy-to-use interface

Reduce your dashboard complexity and collect all of your relevant information in one view

State-of-the-art visualization for real-time data

Boost the usability and user acceptance of your IoT application with an easy-to-use and easy-to-understand 3D interface. Create 3D scenes such as shop floors, a production line, a building, etc. by placing 3D objects of machines, robots, inventory, etc. in the canvas.

Our 3D engine plugin enables your app to render the scenes. The plugin supports web-technology based apps running in ThingWorx, Grafana, PowerBI, and more.The engine contains a set of data labels that allow you to show data for a selected object. We enable you to build powerful 3D based applications that give your digitalisation journey a state-of-the-art look and feel.

3D Editor

Create, edit and maintain your 3D representation effortlessly! 3DVisualizr features a WYSIWYG editor to create 3D scenes for various environments. Once you select an object from the library, you can position it via simple drag’n’drop functionality. You can freely scale and rotate objects to create a 1:1 digital representation of your facility.

The asset library contains 3D models to create the 3D scenes with. We are constantly working on adding more 3D assets to the library. Have your own models? Great, you can extend your library with your own 3D models.

3D engine plugin & data labels 

The 3D rendering plugin fetches the 3D scene created in the editor and renders it. Through events and data payloads the predefined data labels are activated to show asset related data. Data labels can contain KPI information, parameter data, text elements, as well as buttons. The engine has a heatmap functionality built-in, which allows you to easily color your 3D objects depending on their status. Our 3D engine provides powerful UI elements that make your application stand out! 

Quick and smooth setup in just four steps



Sign up for 3DVisualizr portal, check the existing 3D models and upload your own models if needed. Then you can start creating a 3D layout with static elements on it, such as floor or walls.


Scene creation

After 3D layout is ready, it’s time to start working on a scene, to which you can easily drag and drop 3D models. Then the scene is ready to be exported to be fetched from the engine.


Engine Configuration

To configure the engine, you will need to enter the scene‘s URL to engine. All that is left is just defining data label styles​ and how data is mapped to 3D objects​.


App Development

That's it! You can now start developing your app around 3DV engine.

Get a feeling of 3DVisualizr in our interactive sandbox

Download the case study to learn how a manufacturing company created an easy-to-use entry point to access relevant shop floor data to 200+ users.

Phoenix Contact has been using 3DVisualizr to show shop floor information for various stakeholders. Depending on the selected perspective, 3DVisualizr shows production KPIs, consumption information, project status and more in it’s respective context.​​

With the help of 3DVisualizr, Phoenix Contact created an easy-to-use entry point to access relevant shop floor data to 200+ users


Your 3D technology has given our digitalisation activities a huge push. It's probably one of the best investments in this area so far.

Dr. Till Potente (Senior Director Production & Engineering)

ZF is a global technology company supplying systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles​.

ZF utilizes 3DVisualizr functionality for monitoring based on historic, manually collected data reports on people, machines and  systems​. 3D visualization of the maintenance status and history for machines and open maintenance tickets​ as well as established connectivity to multiple data sources and systems.No real-time visibility to machine availability/maintenance status was one of the main issues, which ZF wanted to solve with the help of 3DVisualizr.​​

As an outcome of the project, with 3DVisualizr, ZF achieved​ reduced manual efforts,​ improved production quality and increased machine uptime .​

Frequently asked questions

3D model/scene/layout, 3D converter - what are those?



3D model is representation of a machine, a workstation or other objects that are needed to create the 3D scene. 3D models can be uploaded to 3DVisualizr asset library.



3DVisualizr portal allows users to create scenes by placing 3D models in the 3D canvas to recreate their respective environments. 3D scenes are exported and rendered by the 3D engine.



A layout contains all the static parts of your the 3D scene, that help shape the environment, but are not connected to a data source, e. g. walls, floors, pillars and so on. The layout and none of its elements is selectable.


Elisa CAD converter will convert 3D CAD files into BabylonJS format. As the conversion process is complex, models will lose their textures and material information and result in unicolor files. 


Has 3DVisualizr simulation capabilities?

No. 3DVisualizr lets you create 3D Digital Twin visualizations to show real-time data.

Which 3D formats are supported? Can I use CAD files?

3DVisualizr supports .babylon format 3D models. CAD files need to be converted into babylon.js format and to be imported with 3DVisualizr: https://youtu.be/kR0aAn-ID_Q

How can I get 3DVisualizr?

Just fill out our contact form and we will get in touch!