Snowsat Showcases Innovations From 2020

What Kässbohrer is known for ? Listening in order to understand suggestions and requests from its customers and then implementing them – and getting it right. As each of us knows, technology keeps evolving and opening up new opportunities every day. Kässbohrer have taken great advantage of these opportunities over the summer by further refining the user-friendly navigation. 

As soon as you start up SNOWsat, it is clear to see that the navigation has become even easier and the screens are uniform. You click your way through the applications intuitively. This makes workflows even faster and helps you find the information you need efficiently. New expanded views provide additional information – in a way that is intuitive and easy to understand. Once you've used it, you'll never want to work without it again – it's just that easy.

And if you still get lost despite all the simplification, you can get to the new SNOWsat online help from any screen. It provides information on how to use the currently displayed view. The information is specific and focused, meaning you don't need to scroll or search.

No fewer than three modules stand out as new or completely overhauled: In SNOWsat GIS Manager, ToDo and Z (particularly in snow management) you will feel at home immediately. Because they are now connected in the best sense of the word: all three are based on the same map, have the same base of information, communicate with each other – and follow the shared navigation system. The screen does not change anymore. 

Thanks to the high degree of integration between the modules, all of them are always up to date. For instance, let's assume that the slope manager updates certain data at their computer. The updated data will then be immediately available to the entire team. Even the operators are immediately notified by means of the monitor in their vehicles and can respond accordingly. Thus, individually created map updates are always current, informing statistics with planners etc. and allow for very precise analyses. This creates a uniform, transparent knowledge base across all fields in the ski area, provides planning reliability and saves time.

A core conclusion emerging from our many conversations in the field was that easy navigation across all applications, combined with timeliness and flexibility of data, is crucial.

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