Mixed reality solutions are new data platforms that reduce the time required to place models in the physical space. It is also simplified with robust wearable technology that can store and load data to speed up the analysis of data modeled on site. Rather than viewing data, today’s MR applications allow users to interact with what they see on a 1: 1 scale. With Trimble’s suite of mixed reality software and services, the device incorporates new 3D content in daily work tasks to improve efficiency, productivity and job quality. provides field-oriented workflows. The Trimble XR10 is tailor-made to bring a state-of-the-art reality to your business. Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2 brings reality directly in front of you, enabling employees to access model data directly in the field. Microsoft HoloLens, a holographic computer and a head-mounted display, attach to the helmets. It also allows users to use natural gestures, such as finger clicks, squeezing the screen, or moving objects to interact with data. The application connects to project models stored in Trimble Connect, a cloud-based construction management solution that serves as a collaboration center for AEC projects. Contractors can work with BIM models and read files from a variety of sources, including tools used by other processes. In addition to collaboration efforts, in just a few clicks, a user can determine how the physical planes of the site are related to digital models.
You can discover the conflict between an existing mechanical project and the electrical plan and forward this information request (RFI) immediately. Mixed reality solutions that bring simplicity, practicality and real-time problem-solving capabilities to the job site make BIM’s field of interaction more efficient.
David Burczyk, Pobonline