After winning the hackathon, Treedis started with a pilot in Israel. The pilot results were very successful and as a result, SKODA decided to scale the project. Today SKODA uses the 3D virtual showroom experience in 3 different countries: Israel, the Czech Republic, and Sweden. we are currently in the process of expanding the project to other countries in the world.
Škoda is a Czech automobile manufacturer established in 1925 as the successor to Laurin & Klement and headquartered in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic. Škoda Works became state-owned in 1948. After 1991, it was gradually privatized to the German Volkswagen Group, becoming a subsidiary in 1994 and since 2000 a wholly-owned subsidiary.
Skoda’s representatives from the DigiLab development division were particularly impressed with how realistic Treedis solution was
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NFTs are digital assets that represent real-world objects like art, music, in-game items, and videos. They can only be purchased and sold online. Because NFTs are visual representations that have been virtualized, web2 platforms did not seem to be a suitable venue to showcase and sell it. Gabriel and Ruth, two NFT artists and influencers, decided to create virtual NFT galleries using The Treedis platform and many of its features and solutions such as CGI, Virtual Staging, and V-commerce in order to increase engagement and ultimately revenues. Through the Avatar solution, users can browse a virtual gallery as they would a real one, see the NFTs, and even purchase them. Additionally, users can interact with each other and learn more about Web3, Metaverse, and NFT. With the tools Treedis provided to Gabriel and Ruth, they were able to market and sell their galleries more effectively. To understand the behavior and preferences of customers, the team analyzes advanced data from the virtual NFT gallery tours. Data analysis led to re-staging and re-design of the galleries.