Are you still living by paper rules in a digital world?
Finding the dimension of a room is now as easy as finding your neighborhood Starbucks.
Our devices deserve more than just digital paper.
We've been breaking up buildings to fit on paper since the Renaissance.
It's time for us to stop flipping and start mapping.
Project Atlas is a mapping engine for construction. Using location, it helps management teams piece together project information by converting drawings into highly detailed zoomable layers. Finding the dimension of a room is now as easy as finding your neighborhood Starbucks.
Information is displayed contextually based on the level of your zoom. It's as easy as zooming into a room to find the dimension you need.
Layers can be easily toggled on and off to overlay different categories of information. This feature can be used to prevent this.
Finding an RFI is as easy as Googling it. You know how to Google, right?
Who doesn't enjoy using street view? Don't we deserve the same experience indoors?
User-Developed Applications Try To Outshine API Releases at User Conference
During the Bluebeam eXtreme user conference in Los Angeles, July 29- 31, amid announcements and presentations, two construction workers stole the show. Off stage, the workers showed an application they developed called Project Atlas, which aims to eradicate paper-based thinking from construction.
Ian Siegel, BIM Practice Specialist at KPF
Silviu Stoian, Virtual Building Services Manager at The Beck Group
Danielle Dy Buncio, Co-Founder & President of VIATechnik
Todd is on a mission to get accurate data to workers with “wrench in hand.” He is a noted industry speaker and innovator who is always researching the latest technology and developing simple ways to apply it.
Joe has spent the last decade working to improve building design and construction through applied technology. He is constantly thinking of new ways to improve a process or a product.