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Virtual trade fair presence for Belectric


Virtual 3D-Showroom


Belectric GmbH



Virtual 3D-Showroom

Belectric's virtual 3D showroom provides an overview of the company and their range of services in the development and construction of ground-mounted solar power plants, spread over two virtual rooms. In addition to the service portfolio, current projects are also listed in the showroom. Different target groups are addressed by Belectric. The first virtual room contains general information material about the company and offers, among other things, opportunities for those interested in green investments to obtain more in-depth information. When entering the second room, the visitor goes into more depth not only spatially but also thematically. Here, the viewer receives input on specifications and learns more about the background of the products.

In addition to the showroom's content, the virtual rooms have a modern design and reflect the company's corporate design. The digital architecture was designed specifically for the client and for use with VirtualShow 3D technology. The user interface allows rotation around the center of the room so that the information in the center and on the walls can be viewed optimally.

A prerequisite for the virtual showroom was the integration of multilingual content elements and the possibility for Belectric to edit the info points independently. These were to be integrated in two languages (German and English). After a short software training, Belectric's employees were able to create and manage multilingual content elements such as case studies, info brochures, etc. themselves in order to keep the content constantly up-to-date. 

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1. Virtual room: Reception Hall

In the center of the first room of the showroom is a large counter with info points with general information, such as the company presentation or upcoming events. All this information is available in two languages, marked by the corresponding country flags. A virtual trade show wall also features information stelae on the topics of careers, corporate values or biodiversity.

Furthermore, a large world map adorns another wall of the digital architecture: Here, various countries are marked with info dots, behind which are case studies that illustrate the countries in which Belectric solar plants have already been built. Opposite the world map is the so-called Social Wall with DeepL access to the company's various social media channels. The attention to detail of the virtual showroom is demonstrated by the view from the large window front, which reveals a large solar park from Belectric's case studies. 


2. Virtual space: Products and Services

After passing through the first virtual room, one enters the second room of the showroom and thus enters the technical area of Belectric's services. In this room, too, a large world map adorns one of the virtual show walls, showing the O&M (Operation and Maintenance Service) footprints. In addition, in this room of the virtual showroom there is a workstation with various monitors, the so-called Control Center. It stands as a symbol for remote maintenance and analysis. Further technical information can be found on info pillars at the head of the room. Here, too, the stored content is listed in two languages.



With WWM, we have found a competent partner who, through good advice with regular consultations, has helped us to create a great virtual showroom, which we can use in the long term to present our company digitally. The individual design options and the possibility to make content adjustments ourselves at any time are the great advantages of a virtual showroom from WWM.
Franziska Meth
Sales & Marketing Assistant


A company full of energy

BELECTRIC is one of the world's leading companies in the development and construction of ground-mounted solar power plants. BELECTRIC was founded in 2001 and has since developed into an international group. BELECTRIC has been part of RWE Renewables since July 2020.

To date, BELECTRIC has constructed more than 400 ground-mounted solar power plants and battery storage systems with a total capacity of more than 3.0 GWp on a turnkey basis.