Posts Tagged: Intelligent Data Transfer

How You Should Be Worksharing and Managing Across Multiple Offices

How You Should Be Worksharing and Managing Across Multiple Offices Architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) businesses are facing unprecedented demands to draw upon specialised skills and disciplines beyond their local site or office. As the industry becomes an increasingly divided two-speed economy, regions are running red-hot while other markets have become persistently quiet. Compare the… Read more »

Streamlined Data Management for Surveyors

Book My Demo 12d Synergy for Surveyors Streamlined Data Management & Collaboration on the Sydney B-Line Project The Sydney B-Line project is a rapid double-decker bus network providing services between Mona Vale on Sydney’s Northern Beaches and Sydney’s CBD. The $234 million project was awarded to Fulton Hogan by Transport for NSW in 2016. The… Read more »

Webinar: 12d Synergy and 12d View on the Sydney B-Line Project

Webinar: 12d Synergy and 12d View on the Sydney B-Line Project Michael Connor, Survey Manager of Fulton Hogan, will reveal in an exclusive webinar how he and his team successfully used 12d Synergy and 12d View on the Sydney B-Line project. The webinar will feature the highlights from Michael’s previous presentation at the Survey ‘Birds… Read more »

Why You Need to Optimise Your Data Transfers

Why You Need to Optimise Your Data Transfers Transferring huge project files across slow, unreliable networks is a nightmare. Many architectural, engineering and construction offices waste hundreds of valuable hours transferring their geospatial data. 10-minute, 30-minute and even 60-minute file transfer wait times have become the norm. We tell ourselves to grin and bear it… Read more »

Just How Safe Are Your 12d Model Projects From Data Corruption?

Just How Safe Are Your 12d Model Projects From Data Corruption? Picture this…You have sent the surveyors out to the field. Two weeks pass. After some hard weather and rough days, they have painstakingly collected all the data needed. Terrain, boundaries, trees, structures. Everything. The trigger is just about to be pulled on the design… Read more »