Augmented Reality is now a thing.

Not only for fun, the technology is reliable for business. Especially in the building & construction industry.

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The most robust AR solution on the market.

BIM technologies can play an instrumental role in reducing costs and improving quality.

But for BIM technology to achieve these goals, each team member must be able to visualise and share information no matter where they are in the construction process.

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Putting the 3D from the BIM on devices users are already familiar with – their phones and tablets –ensures the user adoption critical to BIM utilisation.



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AR will improve the coordination at any project.

Get the support of GenieVision to access your BIM throughout the lifecycle of your project, from design to conception, and from construction to maintenance.

Giving everyone access to the same 3D BIM data ensures that standards are met, and quality control is assured.

Detect and address any construction flaws, inconsistencies, and non-conformities before they become significant problems that can cost time, money and reputation to construction companies.


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Why AR/MR in construction?

Construction professionals are discovering how a layered visualization of 3D plans allows them to segment the construction project in a structured and thus optimalised manner. By visualising the lay of the construction land, errors get spotted sooner, failure costs are reduced by up to 50% in some cases, and overall communication is improved. Technology solutions providers often deliver a cloud SaaS software that can be perfectly integrated with numerous BIM setups, and a user-friendly, intuitive app. On-site workers get to do a better job, construction professionals get to build better buildings, occupants of the building get a flawless infrastructure according to the design plans.

What is a BIM?

The Building Information Model (BIM) is construction knowledge sharing tool. The BIM combines 3D models of the different disciplines involved in the construction process – architectural, structural, energy, electrical, etc. – into a standardized model that ensures continuity across a commercial project planning, design, and development. The BIM digitally collates and manages the information during the life cycle of building projects. A BIM platform enables all involved construction partners to work on the same, continuously updated building plans. Working through a BIM helps to reduce errors and speeds up delivery times.

What is construction AR?

Augmented Reality or AR delivers computer-generated elements in a life-like, virtual manner onto the real-life environment of people. In construction, this usually involves bringing the design plans to life by visualizing 3D building plans on site of the construction area through a mobile device or headwear. This AR visualization technique enables all construction professionals with access to this (BIM) data (like architects, safety engineers, electricians) to benchmark the 3D plan with the on-site reality, spot mistakes before they have a chance of happening, and report back with comments and illustrations into the BIM system. By optimizing the 3D plan with new project findings, a new inspection will run more smoothly.