Software producer DAT/EM Systems International and 3D hardware specialist Schneider Digital have formed a global partnership agreement for the distribution of the latest 3D stereoscopic vision technology from Schneider Digital to DAT/EM customers around the globe.
Under this cooperation, DAT/EM partners worldwide can directly distribute the 3D PluraView stereo monitors and Schneider Digital Workstations as complete photogrammetric workplace solutions.
Schneider’s 3D stereo monitors and workstations are designed for visualization of geospatial and GIS data captured by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and drones, and can be used for mapping, photogrammetry, LiDAR and 3D scanning, digital modelling and more.
According to the companies, DAT/EM software and Schneider Digital photogrammetry hardware products combine to create a precise, productive and user-friendly stereoscopic data capture environment with unparalleled display quality and fast response times to work even with terabyte-sized imagery. Schneider’s dual-screen, passive stereo 3D PluraView systems are 100% compatible to all DAT/EM products, including the flagship Summit Evolution Professional digital stereoplotter.
“The combination of the state-of-art 3D PluraView displays with the Summit Evolution software provides the clearest visualization of stereo imagery for photogrammetrists worldwide,” said Jeffrey Yates, General Manager of DAT/EM Systems International. “The increased visual acuity allows map compilation to be more productive with greater accuracy.”
“We have been working very closely with DAT/EM International and DAT/EM Europe for many years and have built a trusted relationship which benefits our joint user community in the area of GEO-TT applications,” said Josef Schneider, the CEO and founder of Schneider Digital. “Together with DAT/EM on the software side, our objective always was and always will be to provide the best functionality and quality for the photogrammetry workstations and 3D PluraView monitors that we manufacture”.
Article originally published on www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com as Global Partnership Announced for Integrated 3D Stereo Workplace Solutions