KiPcreating has developed a software program called Expressa that the company claims will help designers and MROs configure the interior of a business jet and export renderings and specs books in minutes. The Expressa configurator enables workers with no technical 3D visualization expertise to create videos and images of a passenger cabin using various materials, colors, and seating configurations.
A 3D visualization package for a typical business jet—including five renderings, a specs book, and two virtual-reality 360-degree views—can take 15 to 20 hours to create, while KiPcreating says Expressa can perform the same package in eight minutes, reducing operational costs by 75 percent.
“Expressa is a turnkey digital solution for the entire team,” said KiPcreating CEO Max Pardo. “With Expressa, you can deliver captivating customer experiences at a fraction of the cost, using the latest technology trends and without even leaving the workplace.”