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REALWEAR AND AUTODESK OPEN A NEW WAY WITH AN ASSISTED CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT SOLUTION

Autodesk Construction Cloud for RealWear HMT-1 Hands-Free Device Improves Worker Productivity and Safety for Remote Construction Project Management

RealWear, the world’s leading provider of assisted reality solutions for frontline industrial workers, today announced that Autodesk and RealWear have successfully collaborated to integrate Autodesk Construction Cloud® with the HMT-1 assisted reality hands-free device. RealWear’s flagship HMT-1. The global construction company Permasteelisa adopts the solution for its teams.

“Running BIM 360 on a RealWear device will be a game-changer, allowing us to stay at the forefront of technology and innovation,” said Gordon Earle, Group Director of Operations, Permasteelisa Group. “We’re excited to deploy devices to empower and retain our best workers by equipping them with a comprehensive solution that will make them safer and more productive, delivered by two of the industry‘s leading technology players. ”

The Permasteelisa group, owned by Atlas Holdings, is a world leader in the engineering, project management, manufacturing, installation and after-sales services of architectural envelopes. Among the achievements of the Permasteelisa group, some of the world’s most prestigious contemporary architectural works have been directed by the firm, including the Sydney Opera House, Eight Spruce in lower Manhattan, The Shard, the Guggenheim Museum and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. to the.

The RealWear HMT-1 device is the leading portable, head-mounted assisted reality device, providing construction workers with real-time access to information and expertise, while keeping their hands and field of vision free. to work. RealWear devices are compatible with worker personal protective equipment (PPE) and feature the only “full” hot-swap battery in its class.

BIM 360 platform for construction project management helps project teams stay on time and on budget by giving them access to the latest version of all project information in one app, anytime, anytime place. Now, by connecting a RealWear assisted reality device to BIM 360, teams can more easily access the information they need, saving them time, reducing risk, and reducing rework and errors.

With the common solution, construction teams can now have hands-free access to project documents, plans and models; they can run quality construction, safety and project control workflows from their RealWear device by running the new BIM 360 application for RealWear. Workers can open and control BIM 360 on the RealWear hands-free device using simple voice commands while maintaining full situational awareness and keeping their hands unoccupied for work. Traditional document- or tablet-based workflow management solutions require workers to hold a clipboard or, sometimes, remove their PPE gloves to use a tablet’s touchscreen. Construction crews can hook a RealWear device to their hard hats and display a micro-screen that displays like a 7-inch tablet without obstructing their view. They can use voice commands to take HD photos using the innovative front camera of the RealWear device.

“Connecting people to their work and to each other is essential in today’s digital economy. We are excited to partner with Autodesk to improve worker productivity and safety through assisted reality, ”said Rama Oruganti, Director of Product, RealWear. “This integration will accelerate the digital transformation of the construction market, providing frontline workers with a human-centered assisted reality that allows them to reach their full potential, while protecting their safety. ”

“It’s no secret that construction is labor intensive,” said James Cook, Integration Manager at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “The integration of BIM 360 and RealWear provides jobsite simplification that allows construction teams to stay focused on the job at hand so they can work smarter and safer. ”

About RealWear

RealWear® is the world’s leading provider of portable assisted reality solutions that engage, empower and uplift the modern frontline industrial worker to perform work tasks safer, with increased efficiency and accuracy. RealWear gives these workers real-time access to information and expertise, while keeping their hands and field of vision clear to work. Workers use voice-activated commands, even in very noisy environments, to collaborate with remote experts or navigate workflows. RealWear is fully compatible with worker PPE, specially designed for industry and business, and features the only “all shift” battery. RealWear has a proven track record in the field with world-class customers including Shell, Goodyear, Mars, Colgate-Palmolive and BMW, who have used it to improve workplace safety while delivering an unprecedented return on investment.

RealWear is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington in the United States, with local offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, Germany, Australia, the Netherlands and Japan, as well as a new Customer Experience Center in Dubai. RealWear’s number one position was further strengthened with three-fold (3X) year-over-year growth in 2020. The company has shipped wearable devices to more than 3,000 unique business customers worldwide in various sectors including energy, manufacturing, food and beverage, automotive and telecommunications.

For more information, visit www.realwear.com.

Autodesk, the Autodesk logo, Autodesk Construction Cloud, and BIM 360 are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., in the United States and / or other countries. All other brand names, product names or trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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