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How does the architecture, engineering and construction industry make vocational work attractive again and avert what some call a “crisis level” construction workers shortage?
As the UK continues to move past Covid-19, planning for a “new normal” is ongoing and reality capture technology is playing a big part in the great urban rethink.
FARO’s HoloBuilder Construction Progress Management Solution gains widespread adoption 1 year post acquisition, including GOLDBECK ‘Enterprise’ agreement.
If there's any concept that underscores the transformative nature of the Information Age, it is the speed with which increasing amounts of digital data can be shared.
FARO® Technologies - a global leader in 4D digital reality solutions - has announced that it has joined forces with Oracle to help architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals create opportunities to solve their toughest challenges at the new Oracle Industry Lab.
Faro, global leader in 4D digital reality solutions, has launched an ultra-efficient end-to-end 3D capture and collaboration platform.
When you have both 360° photo capture and 3D laser scanners in your toolbox, you have two incredible resources at your disposal that can increase the efficiency of your project delivery, saving time, money and material waste, but how do you decide which to use on site?
How the liquid storage petrochemical industry is wising up to its growing potential using 3D laser scanning. By Matthew Davies, account manager, FARO Technologies.
Kyle Tarr, senior business development manager, AEC at FARO Technologies, explores how adopting software as a service (SaaS) leads AEC professionals to success.
This ebook from imaging, measurement and realisation technology specialist Faro offers the ultimate guide to using 3D technology in concrete construction workflows.
As the UK looks to life after Covid, MEP professionals are turning to reality capture technology as part of the great urban planning rethink, says Jerry Hardy, director of marketing at FARO.
3D measurement technology provider, FARO Technologies has expanded its digital twin product suite with the acquisition of HoloBuilder.
Patrick Bohle, vice-president of solutions marketing at FARO Technologies, looks at how digital twin technology will transform fault diagnosis, predictive maintenance and product development.
Faro Technologies has released its latest 3D data capture device, Freestyle 2 Handheld Scanner for Construction.
3D measurement technology, FARO Technologies has released its most advanced BuildIT 2021 software suite, which simplifies workflows, improves performance and enhances ease of use Construction...
3D imaging company, FARO Technologies has announced new global sustainability goals to reduce its carbon footprint by 25%.
While 2020 was no doubt a challenging year, there were some decidedly sunny breaks, says Jerry Hardy, integrated marketing director, architecture engineering and construction, FARO Technologies.
FARO Technologies has announced the release of its new WebShare Software Enterprise feature, an extension of the widely used FARO WebShare platform.
Marc Zschieschang, software product marketing manager at FARO Technologies, examines the growing use of 3D laser scanning to ensure safety and efficiency in the oil and gas sectors.
You know you can’t do a project well without survey control. But what’s less clear for AEC professionals is how and why to link it with 3D laser scan data.
FARO Technologies has hired two industry veterans to join its senior leadership team and manage the global hardware and software R&D teams.
FARO explores how building layout technology can lead to cost and labour savings, while also creating competitive advantages.
FARO Technologies has acquired Swedish-based Advanced Technical Solutions (ATS), which specialises in 3D digital twin solution technology.
Mobile 3D laser scanning is emerging as a valuable tool to gather building information in greater detail while saving time and money - and improving worker safety.
Today’s laser scanning equipment can provide a complete digital image of any structure – top to bottom; slabs to columns; before, during and after construction.
In an interview with Jörg Braunes, product manager at FARO, we discuss the new features and how various groups of professionals can benefit.