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Review PFGK Conference 2018, Munich

The 7th to 9th of March 2018 have been affected at the Technical University of Munich by Photogrammetry – Remote Sensing – Geoinformatics – Cartography (PFGK), according to the motto: Germany 3D – nationwide, current and official. Schneider Digital also uses this conference to present the innovative 3D PluraView passive 3D stereo monitor for use in GIS and Geoinformatics.

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Review 17. Oldenburger 3D-days at the Jade college

From January 31st to February 1st of 2018, the annual event, organized by the Institute of Applied Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics, took place at Jade college. In addition to the exchange of experience and over 50 lectures, the visitors were able to take a close look at the innovative 3D PluraView passive 3D stereo monitor from Schneider Digital – in practical

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Review Geospatial World Forum in Hyderabad, Indien

From January 15th to 19th 2018, the Geospatial World Forum took place at the Hyderabad International Convention Center (India). Here, Schneider Digital jointly presented its partner, the TerraSolid specialist DAT / EM, the new monitor generation of the 3D PluraView in practical use with the GIS software TerraStereo.

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Review EUROGUSS 2018, Nuremberg

From January 16th to 18th of 2018, the international die casting industry met for the 12th time at Europe’s largest trade fair for pressure casting at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center. Together with its virtual prototyping partner ESI and the metallurgical specialist ECOTRE VALENTE, Schneider Digital presented the 3D PluraView passive 3D stereo monitor in practical use for the virtual foundry

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New 3D PluraView basic model with 2.5K – Better resolution and brightness at the same price

The new base model of the 3D PluraView with 77% more screen workspace, due to a 2.5K display resolution as well as an increase of 17% in brightness compared to the previous full HD model.

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