Visual Variance helps AEC project teams identify and mitigate potentially significant cost and schedule exposure early in the project.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 02, 2013
Assemble Systems, the leading SaaS provider of BIM data management solutions, will be exhibiting at Autodesk University, December 3-5 in Las Vegas.
Autodesk University is the leading Autodesk software conference for an international user community of architects, engineers, designers, and industry and technology leaders.
Assemble Systems is the leader in 3D model data extraction. Publishing 3D models to Assemble provides comprehensive project inventories that can be leveraged for increased project insight, advanced project collaboration and data-driven decision making.
At Autodesk University, Assemble Systems will showcase Visual Variance, a key component of its newest product release. Visual Variance extends existing model comparison functionality to the Assemble model-viewer, enabling customers to visually identify model additions, deductions, and any items where quantities have changed.
“Visual Variance helps AEC project teams identify and mitigate potentially significant cost and schedule exposure early in the project. Without Assemble and Visual Variance comprehensive change analysis would take weeks to complete, and, more often than not, will not get done because of the time constraints inherent in the construction industry,” says Howard Davis, CEO, Assemble Systems.
Assemble Systems will exhibit at Booth # 1225.
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About Assemble Systems
Headquartered in Houston, TX, Assemble Systems is a BIM software integration company. Its flagship product Assemble is a cloud based platform allowing AEC firms to leverage BIM data for increased project insight, advanced project collaboration and data-driven decision making. Assemble is used today to manage over 700 projects. The Assemble Systems team includes technology experts and experienced architecture, engineering, and construction industry professionals who are addressing BIM interoperability for design, construction and operation. For more information, please visit http://www.assemblesystems.com.