Our next US show is New York Build – New York and the Tri-state area’s biggest construction and design show – on March 2-3 at the Javits Center.
Our CEO, Dominique, explains why we’re looking forward to being involved: “This is an excellent opportunity for us to show attendees how AEC organizations, like Arup, Stantec or Turner Construction, are able to significantly enhance their project workflows by managing their laser scan data in our cloud-based platform.”
“We’re also launching new functionality over the coming weeks so this is an opportunity to be among the first to discover Cintoo Cloud’s latest capabilities.”
Come and see us at Booth 566 or if you’d like to set up an appointment with the team in advance, email email@example.com.
Increasingly, organizations are recognizing that by adopting the cloud to work on a build virtually, they’re able to interpret their as-built data quickly and easily, eliminate ambiguity by viewing every surface, and collaborate on their point cloud data with their extended team, minimizing the risk of rework and saving time, resource, and money.
As such, VDC and BIM directors and managers across construction, design, engineering and architectural firms are using our SaaS platform to make their laser scans fully cloud-compatible, shareable, and distributable. Furthermore, they can enrich their scan data by adding measurements and annotations, flagging issues to be reviewed and addressed.
With Cintoo Cloud connecting to BIM 360, BIM Track and Procore, the platform empowers QA/QC and issue tracking workflows when comparing as-builts to models. Importantly, technical and non-technical users are equally able to draw meaningful information from the project data, and all each user needs is a web browser to be able to access the data anywhere at any time.
The Cintoo team welcomes the opportunity to talk to you about your specific laser scan data challenges and demonstrate how, by adopting a cloud-based platform like Cintoo Cloud, you will significantly improve your project workflows, increasing collaboration between internal and external teams and identifying anomalies between your as-builts and your BIM models before they escalate into major problems.
To register for the event, visit: https://www.newyorkbuildexpo.com/welcome