Efficient search for concrete products using the Ehl AR App

With the new Ehl AR app (a product visualizer), Ehl AG brings an unprecedented application for mobile devices on the market. As of now, building owners can use augmented reality at home to create a pavement, a terrace or a wall virtually in their own garden using Ehl products. For the first, the manufacturer of concrete blocks for garden and landscape construction provides the opportunity for placing various products at one‘s own home and comparing them conveniently. The app calculates approximate quantities and prices of the blocks, helping to make a decision.

Due to the option to send a non-binding inquiry afterwards to a building materials dealer nearby, it is no longer necessary to leave the house for buying the products. The app provides a selection of more than 60 products already now and additional ones will follow. „A lot of our customers often want some help when it comes to imagine how the paved area or wall in the garden will look like. Therefore, we have developed the application as a source of inspiration and as a service tool making it easier to pick the appropriate blocks or slabs,“ says Andrew Wightman, Marketing Director at Ehl.

The Ehl AR app is available for Android and iOS for download at Google Play Store and at Apple App Store for ARCore compatible smart phones and tablet computers.

Ehl AG
Alte Chaussee 127
56642 Kruft/Germany
+49 2652 8008-0

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