The flood simulation tool Visdom is the basis of special flood protection management plans for the Thaya region for a total area of more than 2,600 square kilometers.
Thomas Ortner (VRVis) and Gerhard Paar (Joanneum Research) visited Mars mission partners JPL and Arizona State University.
Project kick-off: The AM4Rail research team explores solutions for producing train spare parts using 3D printing to save time, costs and CO2 emissions.
VRVis is represented with two contributions at the IEEE VIS Conference, October 24-29, 2021.
The method developed by VRVis for enhancing the transparency of AI-supported decision-making processes in digital radiology has been awarded the renowned IT prize.
For more than a decade, Dibit, VRVis and Joanneum Research have been jointly developing solutions for the surveying and quality assurance of tunnels.
Deep learning combines soft tissue tumor data from MR-, CT- and PET-images for more efficient and precise segmentation
Visual Analytics scientist Johanna Schmidt is recognized as leading expert by the BMK's FEMtech initiative.
The simulation software Visdom was used for 2D hydrodynamic modeling of the March and Danube regions.
VRVis is a leader in hydrodynamic simulation of floods, heavy rain and slope water. We created a checklist for real life emergency situations in case of heavy rain and floods.
In the fight against heavy rain, the city of Cologne relies on precautionary measures with the help of software Visdom.
Paper presentations, session chair and a EuroVis Best Dissertation Award: VRVis research work was again well represented at this year's EuroVis.