Spatial Digital Twin

DB Schenker Digital Twin

DB Schenker
Supply Chain, Transportation

Project Background

Discover how DB Schenker, a global logistics leader, is revolutionizing the industry with SpatialWork. Bringing 3D warehouse prototypes to life, while enhancing data visibility. Experience logistics in a whole new dimension.


  • Different industry clients require different warehouse prototypes, long preparation times for conventional warehouse layout plans
  • Challenging for stakeholders to visualize how the space will function in reality.
  • Siloed operation data making it challenging to access, share, and integrate information internally
  • Client’s lack of data visibility may cause difficulties in monitoring key performance indicators


For DB Schenker, we helped enable AR visualization through Spatial Work AR (SWAR) as their added offering to new potential clients, who are cognitively engaged through interactions with real and virtual touch points, making vision related discussions more dynamic, focused, and inviting, than before. 

With SWAR application, DB Schenker are able to utilize visual 3D model prototypes to convey possible solutions to internal or external teams in a cost effective manner. Desired changes to these prototypes can also be highlighted instantaneously, addressing the problem of time-consuming and costly modifications.

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In conclusion, DB Schenker has successfully addressed several challenges in the logistics industry through innovative solutions that leverage the power of augmented reality (AR) and 3D digital twin technology. By incorporating SpatialWork AR (SWAR) into their offerings, they have revolutionized the way they interact with potential clients and stakeholders. The implementation of SWAR has allowed DB Schenker to overcome the hurdles of designing and visualizing different warehouse prototypes for various industries. The dynamic and interactive nature of AR visualization has enabled more focused and engaging discussions, leading to better solutions and faster decision-making processes. This not only saves time and resources but also enhances customer engagement, resulting in more effective communication with clients and a competitive edge in the market.

Furthermore, the development of a 3D digital twin of the warehouse facilities through SpatialWork has significantly improved operational efficiency. By integrating data from various systems, DB Schenker can now track and manage multiple on-site operations in real-time. This enhanced data transparency ensures end-to-end visibility, making it easier to monitor key performance indicators and optimize warehouse processes.

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