Rand Worldwide, a prominent supplier of technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements worldwide, announced today that its IMAGINiT Technologies division has released its innovative Scan to BIM 2014 software. This new software enables streamlined workflows from intelligent 3D data from captured laser scans by utilizing the new Autodesk ReCap Point Cloud Engine. In addition to providing powerful new features, the new software package maintains complete compatibility with the Autodesk Revit 2014.
"By keeping our software development in lockstep with Autodesk software rollouts, we ensure customers are able to leverage every benefit that a new release offers as quickly as possible," says Bob Heeg, executive vice president, worldwide operations, IMAGINiT Technologies. "Our commitment to the best possible customer experience and bringing new features requested by our customers are two of the key ingredients to our success with all of our software products such as Scan to BIM, IMAGINiT Clarity, IMAGINiT Utilities for Revit and more."
Rand's new Scan to BIM 2014 version is targeted towards architects, engineers, contractors, and surveyors to help them evolve in their interactions with point cloud data in Revit. Scan to BIM delivers expanded point cloud functionality and modeling data that can be both trusted and validated by building upon the Autodesk Revit platform. Users are capable of interacting with point clouds within Scan to BIM. This feature assists with automated recognition and placement of architectural elements such as walls and columns, as well as MEP elements such as pipes, ducts, conduit, and more.
"IMAGINiT's Scan to BIM is a great example of our thriving Revit Platform ecosystem - we're excited to see what they're doing with our new ReCap technology," says Kyle Bernhardt, Building Design Suite product line manager, Autodesk. "With BIM authoring labor representing one of the highest costs in a scan to BIM project, it's tools like Scan to BIM that drive down the time required to author an accurate as-built BIM; it goes straight to the bottom line."
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