In particular topics from the so-called MINT subjects (mathematics, Informatics, natural sciences and technology) are ideal for the application of the Stuttgart-based company VISENSO. In these areas, traditional, two-dimensional materials often reach their limits. So the process simulated flow behavior car bodies or insights into building a motor to virtual repair measures carried out by E.g. the consideration allows. In the field of plastics technology, 3D simulations from the inside by cast iron systems be representable detailed.
The 3D view is the technology trend of the future. Our design also the academic and occupational education and training gives a new dimension “, as Martin Zimmermann, CEO of VISENSO. literally The complete solution of the Cyber-classroom”includes the software graphics PC, as well as a special input device based on the Wii game console. VISENSO will be present together with the company Carl Zeiss on the E12-Summit, which presents its new version of the Cinemizer video glasses. These can act as a display option for the Cyber classroom and are tested in the Cinemizer lounge of the visitors. Also, VISENSO presents the Cyber classroom on the currently the world’s largest plasma TV by Panasonic with incredible 103-inch screen size.
Solutions for the Enterprise 2.0 – resources, OnDemand, OnDevice field: Enterprise 2.0 – social technologies ensure the entrepreneurs anytime, anywhere access to future business success, how can business-critical information, these experts will discuss and evaluate, to make fast informed end divorces? “A comprehensive portfolio of innovative solutions under the heading resources, OnDemand, OnDevice” SAP provides. Users can, for example, in virtual Content automatically create workspaces and organize or analyze information with others. In addition, we allow users to search their networks for experts and to make concrete decisions within a very short time this way. We introduce flexible software tools, the entrepreneurs and their employees to support, in real time and efficient decision-relevant information – mobile – access “, explains Thomas Hensel, product manager at SAP.