Pharmaceutical company chooses Cyviz

A large North Eastern S pharmaceutical company had a complex challenge creating satisfactory collaboration environments for their disparate research and development facilities.

Cyviz, Thinklogical and Norxe successfully participated in the 2018 I/ITSEC show in Orlando, FL. The show focuses on Military Training and Simulation and showcased everything from simulation software to individual training stations for all branches of the military. The Cyviz solution showcased a Training and Simulation Operations Center (TSOC) whereby multiple simulation sources were displayed on an 8-Megapixel solid state blended display wall meant for 24/7 operation. The various multi-classification (Nipr, Sipr, JWICS) simulation sources where displayed in a Flexible Common Operational Picture (FCOP), and could be dynamically moved in real-time on the screen for supreme situational awareness to enhance the training experience.

The TSOC also included a single KVM from multiple classifications with the EAL4 Thinklogical non-blocking fibre video matrix demonstrating the ability to send sources to any destination whether they are to the main display wall, to operator targets or to an external location. Cyviz is a manufacturer of and a premier solution provider for multi-classification operations centers and collaborative meeting rooms for the Federal Government, Federal System Integrators and commercial applications. Using Cyviz solutions provide dynamic and flexible environments and allows for more powerful decision-making.

For more information about Thinklogical visit https://www.thinklogical.com/.

For more information about Norxe visit https://www.norxe.com/.

The display gave the company employees the ability to work together, utilizing Cyviz Collaborative Telepresence to its full potential.

The display gave the company employees the ability to work together, utilizing Cyviz Collaborative Telepresence to its full potential.

Case Study Overview

Our Client had used stereo 3d for a number of years on high-end UNIX workstations, but their research had been growing increasingly complex and was being flooded with data on various infections and diseases. How could viewing of 3d data become a better, collaborative process; which in turn had the potential to enable higher quality downstream diagnosis and prescriptions for healthcare professionals and their patients, worldwide?

Solution

The solution came by way of the F102 stereo 3d visualization display. The large-format screen combines amazing image quality, multiple-source handling, telepresence capabilities, and data sharing in one, seamless image. Both real-time and stored images can be viewed simultaneously from multiple sources to create the ultimate collaborative experience. Hence the scientists were provided the tools to view up-close the complex, multidimensional nature of drug and protein interaction, from the comfort of their conference rooms. This in turn enabled faster and more accurate research, and thus the potential to for instance speed the development for important drugs.

Outcome

The display gave the company employees the ability to work together as one group, utilizing Cyviz Collaborative Telepresence to its full extent and potential. This was an important improvement of internal research and development processes and illustrates clearly how an investment in the right tools can release otherwise hidden potential.