Exciting news! Leica Geosystems is strengthening their partnership with Autodesk.
The latest in construction setout and QA/QC technology is now compatible with Autodesk’s BIM360 collaboration platform. Use the new Leica ICR70 and ICR80 robotic total stations to bring your modelled data directly to site and construct straight from the most up to date information.
The continued collaboration between the two organisations centres around the expanding role of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in construction.
|“We are pleased to continue advancing our cooperation with Autodesk by delivering to the building construction industry the most seamless workflow between models coordinated in BIM 360 and the precise point of construction,” Moritz Lauwiner, Leica Geosystems vice-president of Geomatics product development.|
This latest effort creates a seamless workflow sending positions from the robotic total stations to the mobile app to compare design data, increasing efficiency and productivity from field to office. With the integration to the iCR70 and iCR80 robotic total stations, BIM 360 Layout for iOS customers will be able to accomplish important layout and quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) tasks by using models stored and coordinated in BIM 360 directly within the BIM 360 environment.
|“In construction, connecting the model in the digital world with the real world is critical to project execution. Our collaboration with Leica Geosystems enables our customers to use the most modern total stations to lay out critical points and check the location of subcontractors’ work with ease,” Ilai Rotbaein, senior director, Autodesk’s Construction Business Unit.|
Leica Geosystems and Autodesk have together delivered added value to Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) customers through multiple collaborations, including the introduction of the Leica BLK360 imaging laser scanner along with Autodesk ReCap Pro for Mobile.
To Find Out More Contact BIM Specialist Tim Jervis – firstname.lastname@example.org
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