Assemble Systems, a provider of model-data management solutions for the construction industry, has made its software available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud (US).
AWS GovCloud is an isolated environment designed to allow U.S. government agencies and contractors to move more sensitive workloads into the cloud by addressing their specific regulatory and compliance requirements.
“The availability of Assemble now on AWS GovCloud further enhances our commitment to meeting the unique needs of our government-based clients and projects,” says Howard Davis, CEO of Assemble Systems. “With this, we now offer our customers even greater choice and flexibility for secure projects on the AWS cloud.”
Assemble Systems is a cloud-based solution that lets architects, engineers and construction (AEC) organizations extract data, add intelligence and collaborate in real time to make better decisions, and deliver projects on time and within budget. Assemble is used for viewing models, estimating, scheduling and project control. It works with a number of 3D modeling applications, such as AutoCAD MEP and Revit. The majority of Assemble Systems’ clients are construction management companies operating across multiple markets, including government.
By making Assemble Systems available in the AWS GovCloud region, AWS GovCloud customers can now access and manage BIM data in a highly secure environment that meets federal government security requirements. As a result, AWS GovCloud customers will realize the added efficiencies of model data management across multiple scenarios.