Date Archives December 2015

Look to the Cloud for Collaboration

Joseph Laezza, SVP of UCC and Service Solutions for AVI-SPL, explains why cloud-based collaboration systems can be the right choice for cost-conscious companies that want the ability to bring together onsite and remote workers, and quickly scale those systems as their organizations grow. With the changing nature of work — more remote employees, and an emphasis on teamwork — cloud-based services are, as Joe explains, a valuable option.

Read “What the Cloud Means for UC” and then contact us at 866-559-8197 or sales@avispl.com to set up an analysis of your enterprise and how it can be improved for collaboration among your team members.

Webinar: Applications for Advanced Visualization

Take a look at the wide variety of Christie advanced visualization systems and how they help promote learning, training, research, product design, and much more. You’ll learn about the benefits of visualization systems across industries, see a lot of examples, and hear from the technology manager at Weill Cornell Medical College, who will discuss the uses and benefits of its Christie CAVE system.

Review “Christie Digital’s Advanced Visualization Solutions” >

About the presenters

Bill Schmidt is director of sales and advanced visualization advocate for AVI-SPL.

Doug Boyer is the Christie control room and visualization solutions manager.

Vanessa Borcherding is technology manager, Applied Bioinformatics Core, Weill Cornell Medical College

 

How Visualization and Simulation Tools Help Train and Test

Data is easy to come by. But making use of that data can be a challenge. Advanced visualization helps by immersing individuals and groups into simulated environments, and make it easy for groups to collaborate and gain consensus.

In simulation environments, students and trainees can safely experience situations that happen in the real world. These virtual environments immerse participants in realistic conditions so they can practice their courses of action. A simulator can also provide for safety engineering, testing, improved performance, and education.

Read “Visualization and Simulation for Research and Collaboration,” to learn how today’s advanced technology allows for:

  • Hologram environments where even the floor is a simulated environment
  • Personal, self-contained environments
  • 3D environments that allow user interaction via motion tracking
  • Images seamlessly warped and blended on any object
  • Unprecedented image fidelity using 4K resolution

Download “Visualization and Simulation for Research and Collaboration” >