Thursday Webinar: interoperability for Scan and BIM

Cintoo and Autodesk showcase interoperability for Scan and BIM workflows 

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Cintoo is teaming up with Autodesk for its next webinar to demonstrate how global AEC and manufacturing firms are leveraging the interoperability between Cintoo Cloud and Autodesk Construction Cloud to enhance Scan-and-BIM and Scan-versus-BIM workflows. 
 
Anna Lazar, Technology Partner Relationships in the Strategic Partnerships & Alliances division at Autodesk Construction Solutions, will demonstrate the new offering from Autodesk Construction Cloud.  

Marco Schuh, CAD/BIM Administrator Engineering from Axalta Coating Systems, will talk about how his maintenance teams and project managers are using Cintoo Cloud to view their scan data and take measurements of existing sites, avoiding the need for frequent site visits. They can also track the current situation against their BIM/CAD models, uploaded from Autodesk BIM 360,  to maintain quality assurance. 

Tony Hunter, 3D Visualization Consultant for BP, will showcase how he’s able to compare the as-built data of BP’s North Sea oil rigs to CAD models to make sure any planned maintenance work or upgrades are in line with what already exists and no errors need addressing prior to sending anyone out to start the work.  

Our US CEO, Dominique Pouliquen, will also provide an overview about Cintoo Cloud’s unique mesh streaming technology, which enables you to make your laser scan data available to all project stakeholders from anywhere at any time. 
 
The webinar takes place at 11am (Eastern Time) on 22nd July. Register your attendance here

For more information about the platform, email sales@cintoo.com or visit www.cintoo.com

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