If you have been following the development of Experior 7.0 in Xcelgo’s recent newsletters, you properly already know that the new application will feature the ability to remotely view an Experior model in multiple different clients and platforms. Experior will run in a headless mode on a remote computer, while the 3D rendering is done in a local viewer.
Thus, multiple users will be able to view the same model at once – even though the actual Experior setup is located on the other side of the globe.
For instance, if you’re a part of a team of software developers developing PLCs or high-level controls of an automation system, you and your team will be able to view the model independently of each other on your own remote viewers. Or if you’re presenting at an internal meeting or in a sales situation, you can show an Experior model running in a live test setup with PLCs or high-level controls connected to it – even though the actual computer and controls are located in a remote office.
These are just some of the situations in which the remote viewer will be highly useful. All though you won’t be able to fully utilize the remote viewer before the release of Experior 7.0, you can actually try out the application already. The Experior Remote Viewer app is available in Windows Store, Google Play and Apple App Store, and you can connect the viewer to a demo model running on a computer in Xcelgo’s offices in Denmark.
Try it out now:
- Find Experior Remote Viewer in Windows Store, Google Play or Apple App Store
- Download the app to your mobile device or tablet
- Open the Experior Remote Viewer app and enter click Connect to connect to the demo model (demo.xcelgo.com)
- You are now viewing an Experior model running on a computer in Xcelgo’s basement
Download links for the Experior Remote Viewer app:
Experior 7.0 is currently being alpha tested in collaboration with some of Xcelgo’s closest customers.