A new multi-user software platform that allows users to collaborate and seamlessly share content between any surface (interactive whiteboards, walls, touchscreens, tablets and smartphones) was a recipient of a 2013 NSW iAwards Merit in the New Product Category.
The Cruiser connected surfaces platform is a 2013 National finalist and will compete against all State & Territory winners for the National iAwards in the New Product category in Melbourne in August.
The Cruiser Connected Surfaces platform is currently transforming the way businesses better engage their clients in the digital media/advertising and real estate sectors and in presenting and collaborating with staff.
Cruiser engaging customers http://youtu.be/H6-M8pWPMd8
“Imagine the paperless office, with touchscreens replacing keyboards, business apps facilitating your meetings and seamless transfer of documents across your devices without email” says Chief Executive of the
Smart Services CRC, Warren Bradey.
Staff can select a document or an image and ‘throw’ it onto a smart screen, interactive wall or other smart surface, or flick it from any touchscreen and send it on to a colleague anywhere in the world.
“Never have a boring wait at a train or bus stop with gesture based interactive advertising walls replacing billboards.” A Cruiser MediaWall has been established at the Seymour Centre at Sydney University operating evenings.
Cruiser MediaWall http://youtu.be/RT3iYf1Sb3o
Cruiser has been developed by the University of Sydney in partnership with the Smart Services CRC.
The iAwards honours both companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation as well as leading professionals across the ICT industry. Most importantly, the iAwards recognises the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators.
Warren Bradey, Chief Executive, Smart Services CRC
Tel: +61 2 8374 5083