TeamViewer UD Case Study

Team Viewer Galaxy

A New View of the Stars

The University of Dallas partnered with the University of North Texas to share observatory information remotely, and the professors decided to use a remote support solution to enable students to gather data from a variety of locations.

Working with TeamViewer, students have been able to compare and combine the data they have gathered and analyzed with historical information, creating an opportunity for them to get real-life experience sharing their findings with their professors and other academics through papers and publications. This ability to remotely access other telescopes has changed not only their studies and how they do research, but also made it possible for even greater discoveries.

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