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Intuitive mobile digital solutions play a vital part in digital transformation

Intuitivity, mobility and digital transformation are critical dimensions of our world today. In an interview, Benoît Jeannin, Script&Go’s founder and CEO, calls for deeper consideration of the need for digital transformation

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Trimble buys US MIS Software Company

Trimble has acquired US-based business, FabSuite, which provides management information system (MIS) software to steel fabricators

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SFS ushers in new era of technical training and support for the whole construction supply chain

Known in the industry for providing excellent technical support for building specification professionals, designers, installers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), SFS, the market-leading fastening systems manufacturer, continues to enhance its technical support to the industry and provide collaborative support to its partners. David Wigglesworth, MD of SFS UK, explains its strategy

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A new security standard to protect people and places

Government organisations are increasing their emphasis on protecting highly populated urban areas and infrastructure from different types of vehicle attack with physical perimeter security. Jaz Vilkhu, Marshalls’ Managing Director of Landscape Protection, argues that for the first time, the new PAS 170 standard will offer assured products to secure against criminal threats and accidental impacts

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2D to 3D Models: Entering the Third Dimension

As you’ve likely heard or read, the construction industry is in a state of transformation: from flat to fat; from two to three dimensions

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NavVis M6 enables next-generation mobile mapping

NavVis, a global leader in mobile indoor mapping, visualisation, and navigation, has announced the launch of M6, a next-generation indoor mobile mapping system that overcomes the scalability and data quality constraints of today’s reality capture technology

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Construction Verification Grows Up…

The use of 3D BIM models constantly updated by multiple sources of data are becoming increasingly common in construction – but how do we ensure the finished article matches its as-designed “digital twin”? FARO’s Vito Marone discusses state-of-the-art construction verification techniques

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Skydôme entrusts BIM&CO with the publication of its BIM objects

Through the BIM&CO for Manufacturers offer, BIM&CO and Skydôme, the manufacturer specialising in zenithal overhead lighting solutions, have entered into a collaboration to distribute quality BIM objects dedicated to natural lighting for all stages of the BIM process

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Hilson Moran Turns to Bluebeam Revu and Studio Prime to Drive a 60% Increase in Production Efficiency

Industry-leading design consultancy Hilson Moran has adopted Bluebeam Revu and Studio Prime to help it keep ahead in the highly competitive construction sector

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Interserve improves site progress discipline with Powerproject’s site-to-office reporting app

On a recent £135m project to deliver seven schools simultaneously across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Berkshire, Interserve explored what Powerproject’s companion app, Site Progress Mobile, could do to improve the collection, management and integration of progress updates

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