maila-push founder Kim Jung-Gruettner to collaborate with Bitmanagement Software
Bitmanagement Software GmbH and Kim Jung-Gruettner, founder and former managing director of maila-push, Darmstadt near Frankfourt, Germany, which by now is in bankruptcy proceedings, have agreed to bundle competences in developing and 3D visualizing of virtual cities for high synergy level. " Thereof, also our latest city project 'visitcity' which we presently extend to an online 3D city portal will benefit ", says Peter Schickel, managing director and CEO from Bitmanagement. Kim Jung-Gruettner intends to implement in future Bitmanagement's 3D viewing technology into its city models and building projects. He on his side contributes to the cooperation his perennial experience in project planning of virtual cities as well as in competitive content. By joint efforts both partners will increase market presence of customers by offering convincing 3D realtime visualization technology mainly to customers in the field of real estate and architectural business and of game-developers, as well as of local public authorities.
Kim Jung-Gruettner is as former maila-push manager expert in development of virtual 3D models of buildings, city blocks and even complete cities and highway embankments. He therewith supports mainly engineering offices in their urban planning and development projects, as well as their leasing and marketing efforts of building complexes. For that purpose Jung-Gruettner develops high precision copies of real environments and makes them more accessible and more tangible than usual models by usage of real-time 3D technology. Customers increasingly see the benefit of 3D models for complex decision making processes because 3D visualization makes it shorter and cheaper.
"My ten Years of project and market expertise together with the even online ready visualization software from Bitmanagement for high quality city models will bridge, against the background of a strong increasing market for 3D visualization, a gap in this market mainly concerning building projects", says Kim Jung-Gruettner. "From now on we can, based on our software, display high quality content - as accustomed from Kim Jung-Gruettner - in various browsers like Chrome and Safari and on operating systems like Windows, Mac and mobiles e.g. ipads. But high quality does not necessarily imply less competitive. In any case we will be in the position to realize sustained projects on our markets", adds Peter Schickel.
Bitmanagement, since founded in 2002 provides customers with 3D visualization software which they worldwide integrate in their applications. Bitmanagement is among software vendors of an ISO standard based 3D technology with an unusual large variety of applications. Accordingly the companies core product can among others being used as a game engine as well as viewer for city visualization projects, offering different sights including street level and interior walk in through a building.
Bitmanagement Software GmbH
Bitmanagement is a provider of multimedia software with focus on online interactive 3D visualization. The multimedia technology for 2D/3D, audio and video is realtime and Internet ready. Based on the ISOstandard formats VRML/X3D, CityGML and COLLADA, MPEG-4 and Java, it allows an Interactive visualization of concepts and products.
Bitmanagement develops and markets a product portfolio of visualization software, which is composed of visualization software (BS Contact VRML / X3D, MPEG-4, Geo, Stereo and Mobile), documentation (BS SDK Package) for animation and different programming tools up to Workflow optimization such as BS Encrypt.
Bitmanagement was founded in 2002 by three former employees of the blaxxun interactive AG, Munich. The company achieved sales growth and positive result in 2009 and is "cash flow positive" since its founding."
Bitmanagement is board member of the "Web3D Consortium" (USA), which is responsible for the standardization and dissemination of 3D ISO standards for the Internet. Bitmanagement is simultaneously also a member of the" 3D Consortium "for the dissemination of stereoscopic visualization.
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