GEO|Design+BIM has announced Hexagon Geosystems as a co-sponsor, to showcase its solutions that help document construction site progress and create measurable, as-built documentation
The GEO|Design+BIM event is scheduled to take place from 1-2 November 2018, in Amsterdam.
With the theme “Enabling Tomorrow’s Connected Infrastructure”, key topics to be discussed at the conference include Collaborative Workflow, Digital Transformation, City Information Modeling, Open BIM, Digital Twins & 4D BIM, Cloud Worksharing, Smart Cities, Energy Transformation, etc.
Hexagon Geosystems, the industry leader in measurement and information technologies, provides solutions that enable the digital transformation of the construction industry. The company’s innovations in machine control, site positioning, digital layout, monitoring, reality capture, documentation and construction management, enable contractors around the world to reduce rework and improve efficiency.
Jesus Bonet, Scanning Business Manager at Hexagon Geosystems says: “The construction industry is undergoing a fast digital transformation and delivers huge opportunities in every step of the construction workflow. Smart digital realities are built by connecting the physical world with the digital world. Hexagon Geosystems is constantly innovating and developing reality capture hardware and integrated software solutions that help to build smart construction sites and democratize the use of 3D-reality capture technology.
“We are excited to sponsor GEO|Design+BIM and showcase our solutions that help documenting the construction site progress and creating measurable, as-built documentation.”
“It’s an absolute delight to have the presence of Hexagon Geosystems at GEO|Design+BIM this year.
“With digital technologies taking over the construction industry, it will be exciting for the audience to get to know the latest tools and technologies available in the market, and deliberate on the future industry trends to look out for,” adds Anamika Das, Vice President, Outreach and Business Development at Geospatial Media and Communications, the conference organizer.