Being a full member of the VRGeo Consortium means
to be part of one of the rare international working groups where experts from oil and gas – though being competitors – share experiences, ideas, challenges, and finally resources.
to share the expenses for basic research in the field of advanced visualization and interactive visualization systems.
to have an impact on the VRGeo R&D agenda according to individual needs and strategic objectives.
to have the right to review and license all VRGeo R&D results.
to benefit from the related experiences of other VRGeo Consortium members and from past R&D developments under the umbrella of the VRGeo Consortium framework.
to have a strategic advantage by seeing your technology providers' road map first.
to have an impact on your suppliers' road map by giving collective feedback, directions and recommendations.
to attend the VRGeo Consortium meetings, usually happening twice a year on the Schloss Birlinghoven campus in Sankt Augustin, Germany.
to have access to Fraunhofer’s well-known research staff in terms of collaborative R&D activities and also for topic-specific consulting purposes.
to optionally nominate one or more individual collaborators per year as resident professional to work at Fraunhofer IAIS as a participant in the VRGeo R&D program.
to represent your company in the VRGeo Steering Committee with one vote.
to have the option to nominate an academic member.
to receive the VRGeo Consortium Newsletter, usually appearing twice a year.
to receive the Technology Watch Fraunhofer report, usally appearing once per week.