BIM Holoview announces new integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud

Reducing model rework times and improving visibly of issues across the construction team.

Hamilton New Zealand, 18 August 2021 – BIM Holoview, a leader in providing mixed reality for construction with super accurate model placement and support for large models through Azure Remote Rendering, today announced it has launched an integration with Autodesk® BIM 360®, a construction management software that is part of Autodesk Construction Cloud™

BIM Holoview helps construction teams throughout the world improve their productivity and reduce construction rework by providing a comprehensive and immersive experience for design model collaboration.

Now, by connecting BIM Holoview and BIM 360, construction teams can easily create BIM 360 Issues with photo attachments directly from BIM Holoview on HoloLens and Oculus Quest. The newly created issues can quickly be assigned, updated and resolved in BIM 360. Additionally, updates made to those Issues in BIM 360 automatically show in BIM Holoview, greatly reducing data transfer, model review and revision times and improving collaboration across teams.

“The ability to raise BIM 360 issues directly in HoloLens and Oculus Quest 2 is a significant step in achieving our vision of making XR fully integrated in construction processes.” said Peter Neil, CEO at BIM Holoview.

“Leveraging virtual reality solutions for model collaboration can help building teams stay aligned and save time to kick building projects off on the right foot,” said James Cook, head of integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “By connecting BIM Holoview and BIM 360, teams can not only stay aligned on Issues, but streamline their workflows and communications to drive timely resolutions and keep projects on track.” 

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