New Bluetooth Device Supports Autodesk BIM 360 Layout
Extends range and field performance of BIM 360 Layout
Intuicom Incorporated, a wireless data solutions provider, has released Bluetooth Bridge, a rugged, compact, powerful device that allows the use of Autodesk BIM 360 Layout via long-range Bluetooth connectivity. Bluetooth Bridge overcomes two connectivity issues field users of Autodesk BIM 360 Layout encounter: signal loss due to WiFi interference and limited WiFi range.
“Our new Bluetooth Bridge was engineered specifically to overcome the limitations that WiFi presents Autodesk BIM 360 Layout users when they are on site conducting field layouts and verifications,” says Tom Foley, president and CEO of Intuicom Inc. “Now users can experience enhanced connectivity between Autodesk BIM 360 Layout and their robotic total station at distances up to 500 meters. The result is unmatched field performance and connectivity.”
Supporting iOS, Andriod, and Windows handheld devices, the Bluetooth Bridge weatherproof design features an integrated battery providing 12 hours of extended run time. Bluetooth Bridge is compatible with robotic total stations including Leica, Topcon and more.
About Intuicom Inc.
Intuicom provides wireless data solutions for long-range remote or mobile device networking. Founded in 1999, with headquarters in Boulder, Colo., Intuicom solutions enhance applications including precision GPS, traffic control, transportation and automation.