PAULEY

Siemens & NTAR (National Training Academy for Rail)

“We are really pleased to be working with PAULEY – they have demonstrated intuition and innovation in developing and delivering an interactive and immersive training experience, which adds greatly to how NTAR will bring alive its training. PAULEY’s technology is about transforming training into a solution that is far superior to what can be achieved in the classroom – a unique learning experience. When people tried the new material and Oculus Rift for the first time, it was a jaw-dropping experience.”


Simon Rennie, General Manager, NTAR (National Training Academy for Rail)


  • Challenge
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The brand new £7 million National Training Academy for Rail (NTAR) is a joint venture between the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering (NSARE) and Siemens. The Academy was keen to develop high quality, immersive learning solutions that that will make it an international Centre of Excellence for UK rail training.

Eurostar International Ltd

“We found the team at PAULEY to be helpful and understanding of our requirements; our vision of a 3D interactive training and assessment programme was brought to life by Phil and his team. Phil’s team took our ideas and challenged the boundaries, offering ideas and solutions to this initiative, delivering a programme that surpassed our expectations on time and in budget. We at Eurostar Engineering look forward to expanding our programme with PAULEY”


Chris Thompson, Engineering Training Manager, Eurostar International Ltd


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

Health and safety forms a huge part of the day to day running of Eurostar operations. Their engineering base in London employs NVQ level apprentices and a crew of experienced staff for technical support and maintenance. Every member of staff is required to undergo regular training sessions to ensure they maintain the skills required for the job. Training has always been run on site using a real train. This process can be costly, and tricky, as training has to take place on power cars that are currently in service, and are required on short notice to return to service.

JCB

Innovation is at the heart of everything we do, and the team at PAULEY fit perfectly with our ethos. On the rare occasions we use external consultants, they have to be at the top of their field. PAULEY’s outstanding record for creative conceptual design is evident in the work they produce for us.


Graig Jeffery, Group Digital Innovation Manager, JCB


  • Challenge
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  • Benefit

JCB like to stay one step ahead of the game and plan to create an incredibly modern working environment for their office staff. They wanted to be able to visualise highly futuristic ‘Command Centre’ and ‘Office of the Future’ concepts, which needed to be realistic by using technology that is either currently available or would be available within 5 to 10 years. Therefore, it was essential that the concepts were grounded in real-world technology.

Signalling Solutions Ltd

“Railtex feedback was very positive. Everyone who came to the stand said ours was by far the best; this feedback was not only direct to us but also relayed to us from other parties. All in all it was very well received, it certainly promoted the brand and systems in the intended way and reinforced our message of being cutting edge, innovative and hi-tech. Excellent job!”


Gary Lewis, Product Business Manager, Signalling Solutions (an Alstom and Balfour Beatty company)


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

Signalling Solutions were looking for a memorable and engaging stand design that would push the boundaries of traditional displays within their industry. They wanted their visitors to be able to experience an immersive ‘Minority Report’-type experience that would make their display stand out from the crowd.

TATA Group

“PAULEY are fast, responsive and innovative. Their ability to visualise new concepts has been invaluable in breaking new ground.”


Dr Jurek Tolloczko, Business Manager for Defence & Security, Tata Group


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

TATA Projects approached us to provide multimedia presentations and immersive promotional solutions for a range of defence and security products and services.

University of Oxford

“PAULEY’s no nonsense approach made what initially seemed like a difficult challenge appear almost effortless. Their unique blend of creativity and design skills led them to create a custom website for us that met the demands of the project in no time at all! In short, they were a complete pleasure to work with and we would highly recommend them to anyone.”


Dr M.McCulloch, Dr D.Howey and Dr D.Kavanagh, EPSRC “Developing FUTURE Vehicles”, University of Oxford


  • Challenge
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  • Benefit

The project teams required a central hub to access all information on the project. FUTURE Vehicles approached us to become their ongoing partner, charged with maintaining all media work.

AWH (Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH)

“This innovative sales tool has been rolled out across the company worldwide with great success. Our sales team particularly enjoy the user interface, which is both accessible and intuitive. The interactivity and responsive visualisations mean that potential customers can see immediately how our products will operate and behave in their circumstances giving them both context and confidence in the selections made by the sales team”


James Simmonds, Product Manager Cleaning Technology, AWH (Armaturenwerk Hötensleben GmbH)


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

AWH provide advanced tank-cleaning products for the industrial food sector, however this is often hard to demonstrate to potential new clients.

C Dugard Ltd

“Working with PAULEY has been brilliant for us at Dugard – they do everything they say they will and it always comes in on time. If there’s something we want but don’t know how it will work we just tell them what our idea is and they always come up with a solution.”


Shona Campbell, Marketing, C Dugard Ltd


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

In order to promote their machines effectively, Dugard need to tap into the future of sales techniques. Standard video and photography is no longer a viable option in an increasingly competitive market place. Moving heavy industrial equipment is becoming increasingly expensive and challenging and new engaging techniques were required to help with sales demonstrations.

Murata Power Solutions

“Trying to set a new technology standard is never an easy task in electronics. The animation created by PAULEY helped us to put the technology and its benefits into context and perspective for our target audience. Along with digitally generated stills, the animation attracted an unprecedented amount of media coverage and customer exposure for us. We couldn’t have asked for more.”


Paul Campbell, Marketing Communications Manager, Murata Power Solutions


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

Murata Power Solutions (MPS) contacted PAULEY in search of animated promotional material, interactive 3D models and client engagement solutions. With items as small as 1mm across, we had to find new ways of modelling and engaging clients.

Aquos Yachts

“Phil’s team at PAULEY is focused on delivering high quality, dynamic and visually impactful productions. Each project is undertaken with refreshing enthusiasm and a ‘can-do’ attitude. It’s a pleasure to work with a team sharing a commitment to creative excellence”


Rob Chappelhow, Director, Aquos Yachts


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

Aquos Yachts’ latest project, the 50 million pound 45-metre Big Fish super-yacht, had returned from a trip to Antarctica and the company was keen to highlight the success of the project to potential customers. The second challenge was to document the amazing story of its adventure so far from design concept to circumnavigation, to multi-award winning accreditations with immersive promotional solutions.

Somerset House

“PAULEY interpreted our brief and met all our expectations on time and on budget. They worked alongside us to determine the feasibility of our requirements, and effortlessly interpret what was achievable with the available budget. The new website has given us another method of communicating and streamlining key information to our clients which has saved the Trust considerable time. We would happily recommend PAULEY services.”


Greg van Duin, Operations Manager, Somerset House


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

For Public Visitors: Inside the building is a complex maze of corridors and rooms, all confusingly connected by staircases and lifts. Visitors continually had problems finding their way round which meant staff were constantly having to direct lost newcomers. For Tenants: Somerset House has a creative business hub of tenants. Their induction process was run using a paper-based system which was costly and difficult to manage. For Management: Somerset House has a range of meeting rooms and exhibition spaces that can be booked and required an efficient system for processing enquiries and bookings.

Savills

“PAULEY produced an online interactive tour for us and have been an invaluable and cost effective resource. They are always prepared to act with speed when the need arises, are professional and considerate, and their ideas are limitless, fresh and exciting.”


Sara Mills, Marketing & Communications Manager, Savills UK


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

The company’s Milton Keynes branch needed a time and cost effective way of visualising the city’s Theatre District for sales and public engagement opportunities.

David Horn Communications (DHC)

“PAULEY produced a bespoke E-Training system that has been sent out to police and government agencies around the world. It paid for itself within the first few months, reduced overheads and increased profitability and has proven incredibly successful thus satisfying our overriding objectives and initial requirements very effectively indeed.”


Graham Frost, Director, David Horn Communications Limited


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

The company identified that too much staff time was being taken up travelling to deliver live tuition on equipment, rather than investing time in business development. DHC were therefore looking for a new eLearning solution that was automated, interactive and future-proofed.

The Vulcan to the Sky Trust

“PAULEY worked on our brief for a high level consultation document and almost instinctively developed a concept that improved and clarified our proposition. They understood not only the need for high quality design input but also the need to engage with senior decision makers. It is also refreshing to deal with an agency who have a commitment to good old fashioned customer service and who bring a ‘can do attitude’ to all their work even on tight deadlines.”


Michael Trotter, Business Development Director, The Vulcan to the Sky Trust


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

Vulcan to the Sky Trust required an Initial Consultation Document for their Vulcan Engineering Education and Experience Centre to include a wide range of architectural and engagement visualisations. The challenge centres on communicating this new message through multimedia channels to their global fan base through active participation.

London Eye Hospital Pharma

“We needed to find a way of making our product really stand out from the crowd at its launch, and PAULEY delivered. The finished interactivity grabbed attention with its innovative appeal, making this the busiest stand at the exhibition and the best launch we’ve ever had. PAULEY’s work surpassed our expectations.”


Rob Hill, CEO, London Eye Hospital Pharma


  • Challenge
  • Solution
  • Benefit

The London Eye Hospital’s new lenses designed to counteract the effects of age-related macular degeneration – iolAMD – were launched this year at a major European conference. They wanted to be able to explain how the lenses functioned inside the eye quickly and easily.

Icon Display

“Wow, absolutely stunning, I wish you could have seen my face! I loved the finished result, very, very well done – as said – stunning! Wooooooooowwwwwwwooooooooooooooooo!! Fantastic!”


Andrew Alford, Project Director, Icon Display


  • Challenge
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The company was having difficulty showing customers exactly what its branded environments would look like in a real-time environment. One example was when ICON were looking at designing graphics for the 2010 Champions League Final. They needed to be able to show UEFA officials how its designs would look if they were on display at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid without relying on their client using their imaginations.