Review: From 14th to 17th May 2018 Geodesic Day in Steyr / Austria

3D PluraView – the ideal passive 3D stereo monitor for geodetic research and economics in areas such as surveying, GIS and many more.

Under the motto “Surveying and Geoinformation in Motion” this year’s focus of the Austrian Geodesist Days in Steyr / Austria was on current trends in scientific-geodetic research and the latest developments in the field of surveying, GIS, remote sensing and navigation the focus topics ground motion, BIM and autonomous driving.

Schneider Digital presented a complete 10-bit 3D stereo GIS workflow for visualization as well as 3D analysis and editing with GIS software on the 3D PluraView monitor. In addition, the numerous visitors with leading GIS and photogrammetry software from leading suppliers were able to get to know the latest technological possibilities and showcases around GIS and geoinformation systems and even test them live with the 3D PluraView.

The established successor of the Planar monitors with the advanced beam splitter technology enthused the users, above all its flicker-free and daylight capability. Operating in the passive 3D stereo technology environment for around 15 years, Schneider Digital has continuously developed its 3D PluraView passive 3D stereo monitor and optimized it for use in the GIS and GEO space. The 3D PluraView product family impresses with highest user acceptance through highest product quality, functional design and perfected beam splitter technology.

As every year, in addition to stimulating podium discussions, interesting presentations were given on topics such as: the progressive digitization of our working world, Earth observation system of the ESA, autonomous driving and machine control, current work of the geodetic institutes, ground movements or current cadastral issues. The event offered many geomatics and geospatial experts from the DACH region as well as well-known exhibitors the opportunity to get to know GIS solutions as well as software and hardware technologies, to collect ideas, to exchange experiences and to network.


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