Facility managers, contractors, architects and other building information modeling (BIM) professionals looking for an easy way to capture interior as-built information will want to make sure to check out the Leica Geosystems solutions at the Boston BIMForum, taking place April 23-24 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston.
During a Rapid Fire Technology Demonstration on Wednesday, April 23, Fahim Dangra, national BIM sales manager for Leica Geosystems, will show how the inexpensive and easy-to-use Leica DISTO handheld laser measurement tools tie directly into Autodesk Revit to provide a BIM 101 solution for interior as-builting.
Professionals looking for more robust solutions can explore the entire BIM Field Trip at Booth 11. Perfectly tailored to fit any stage of BIM adoption in concrete layout, MEP layout, progressive scanning, quality assurance, renovation/retrofit, preconstruction as-builting, facilities management and operations/maintenance applications, the BIM Field Trip by Leica Geosystems makes it easy to move from 2D to 3D workflows to achieve common BIM goals such as reduced rework, increased predictability and higher profitability.
The BIM Field Trip solutions are available in three basic levels—BIM 101, 102 and 103—to help companies bridge the gaps in their BIM processes. At each level of the BIM Field Trip, hardware and software selections are customized to the needs of the user and are easily scalable from one level to the next to provide practical solutions to common BIM challenges.
“Getting involved in BIM doesn’t have to be complicated,” said Leica Geosystems BIM Business Manager Cathi Hayes. “The broad range of solutions in the Leica Geosystems BIM Field Trip makes it easy to connect the digital world with the real world so that professionals at any stage of BIM adoption can improve their workflows. We look forward to demonstrating some of these solutions at the Boston BIMForum.”