Renowned companies around the world connect their employees and partners with PlaceCam. The spectrum of satisfied users spans the logistics and media fields as well as the industrial sector. See for yourself how and where our software has already been successfully deployed.
Our cooperation with Maersk was featured in various technical publications. Read the two examples below:
In the final analysis, the ease-of-use and low hardware requirements were the most compelling reasons.Maersk Container Industry AS
The German television station SWR uses PlaceCam for its weekly program „Zur Sache Baden-Württemberg“. See a clip from the broadcast first aired on 5/29/2008.
SWR uses PlaceCam weekly every Thursday at 8:15 p.m. for the program ‘Zur Sache Baden-Württemberg’.SWR Fernsehen
The ability to provide cross-company communication across national borders while being easy to use and offering optimum video quality. These are the reasons why Villeroy & Boch opted for PlaceCam.
We were unable to find a tool that delivers such brilliant sound and image quality with so little bandwidth.Villeroy & Boch AG
Since regional newspapers want to stay in tune with their readers, they need a closely knit network of local offices. Because they constantly exchange information with the central editorial office and with other local offices, they need PlaceCam. At least that’s how the Märkische Oderzeitung saw it and decided on PlaceCam.
Thanks to the 360° Polycam camera – PlaceCam is about the only desktop version that supports it – videos of the complete conference round and of single persons can be sent at the simultaneously.Märkische Oderzeitung
Since we believe that it is possible to offer an optimum solution to meet any special need, we want to work with you to develop and implement a software solution that is precisely tailored to your company and its specific needs. Let the following project examples inspire you!
A technical solution was sought that allows doctors at various locations to consult each other and discuss cardiologic image sequences. The XGA station developed by daviko GmbH offers two modes for this purpose: (1) the videoconference mode in which the video and audio data of a room are transmitted to a remote location, and (2) the data mode in which the high-resolution sequences from the DVI/VGA output of the cardiologic device are transmitted. Instead of using a signal-degrading, low-quality PAL resolution, data is transmitted lossfree in XGA quality in real time.
We implemented this project for the University Clinic Charité, Heart Center in Berlin-Wedding/Buch (in 2004).
Please read the presentation given by the Charité on the subject Video conferences in the cardiology (available in German only).
BITE allows Internet-based video supervision in the field of psychiatry and psychotherapy. To carry out supervisory sessions over the Internet, a videoconferencing system was implemented. To provide the special features required, PlaceCam was then modified. An even higher video resolution and an enlarged chat area were two requested features. Furthermore, a database interface in the BITE video-client makes it possible to communicate with the supervision platform for appointment inquiries and administrative tasks.
For Prof. Dr. Martin Bohus, medical director of the Clinic for Psychosomatics and Psychotherapeutic Medicine, Central Institute for Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany (2008).
60 students can observe a single object simultaneously under a microscope – thanks to PlaceCam. As part of a plan to support medical education in the Charité University Clinic, several auditoriums – including the histology lecture hall – were equipped with a live videoconferencing system for up to 60 workplaces. This setup enables a lecturer to transfer pictures of the work he or she is performing at the microscope (including mouse movements on the PC) to every workplace. In addition, the students can interact with the lecturer by using their mice. This system utilizes a multicast transmission with consistently high video quality. The resolution produced is 768×576 pixels at 25 fps.
DAVIT was the result of a cooperation with the University Clinic Charité, Pathology Dept. in Berlin-Mitte (2002-2003).