Displays satellite photos of the Earth’s surface in high quality. Requires a fast internet connection. Also available as a Pro version (not free) for use by companies. Also available also as an app for mobile devices.
Use the numerous functions provided by this tool to analyse, evaluate and display data for the natural sciences. It can export drawings and layouts in high-resolution formats like EPS and PDF. According to the manufacturer, it can easily handle large data volumes and includes a range of image-processing tools. Its integrated programming environment also means you can customise it.
Designs and displays optical systems, and so supports the work of engineers and designers in the area of optics, such as designing lenses, lighting schemes and laser projections. Three versions, SE, EE and IE with extended functions, are available.
Lightweight alternative to Google Earth, also runs on older computers. Displays the earth as globe, flat map or Mercator projection and offers several views such as street maps and satellite images. Clicking on place names or landmarks produces the corresponding Wikipedia article.
Generates Sankey diagrams for visualisation of material, energy and cost flows. The generated diagrams can be individually customised using numerous functions such as the addition of different colours, objects, text and images or by changing the scale or units. Also available as an enhanced pro version.
Virtual keyboard specifically designed for disabled people. A keyboard is displayed on the screen so that the individual characters can be clicked on with a mouse. Also copies inputted text into the clipboard with one click.
Virtual globe; uses free geo-data from OpenStreetMap (OSM) and the terrain elevation data from SRTM, an open standard-based 3D geo data infrastructure for Germany. Current data only for Germany and a Buddhist site in China. Fast and secure download from The H
Data analysis tool for scientists and engineers which includes peak-analysis and curve-fitting capabilities. Generates graphs and contains 70 user-defined customisable diagram types and analysis templates as well as a batch processing tool. Projects can be used as templates for new analyses.
Ope source simulator of a simple von Neumann computer, designed for use in IT lessons. Manages machine programs and can display the functions of the processing unit, the memory and the control unit. Provides didactically simplified bus accesses and command-set extensions by editing the micro command memory via the GUI. Fast and secure download from The H
Analysis and display tool for organic chemistry; has a formula editor, can calculate three-dimensional structures, perform rendering, and also export images and videos, among other things. Fast and secure download from The H
Learning program for the anatomy of the skeleton that includes a link to Wikipedia. Provides coloured 3D models of the human skeleton with descriptions of the bones in both English and Latin. Enables you to save and transfer your own skeleton views and notes. Download requires registration with the manufacturer.
Offers graphic display and documentation of processes and procedures; based on the standard Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) for representing workflows. Download requires a valid email address. Fast and secure download from The H