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The use of GAMMA AR

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In the realm of construction, time is money, and efficiency is paramount. That’s why the emergence of GAMMA AR has been a game-changer for people seeking streamlined coordination with subcontractors, accurate plan-to-as-built comparisons, and effective clash detection on the construction site. This article dives into an eye-opening infographic that showcases just how much time customers can save by adopting GAMMA AR in their construction projects.

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Formitas and GAMMA AR Revolutionize BIM and AR Implementation in NRW’s Landmark Construction Project

Formitas AG, a leading company specializing in the digitization of the construction industry, is making significant strides in the implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and augmented reality (AR) technology. In a groundbreaking partnership with the University Hospital of Cologne and medfacilities GmbH, Formitas is managing the BIM process and use of AR/VR of the Center for Metabolic Research (ZfS) in Cologne, supported by funding from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). As part of this ambitious project, Formitas is leveraging BIM expertise and introducing augmented reality app, GAMMA AR, to enhance collaboration, streamline communication, and optimize construction processes.

Ron Meester from BAM Bouw en Techniek using GAMMA AR

From the Field | Discussions with Ron Meester from BAM Bouw en Techniek

Ron Meester is Project Manager at BAM Bouw en Techniek, a leading construction company in the Netherlands, known for its innovative approach to building and engineering projects. We had the opportunity to meet him and get his feedback on the implementation of GAMMA AR in their construction projects. This article transcribed an insightful interview with Ron to better understand the challenges, how GAMMA AR resolved them, and the resulting benefits.

Construction app on the Wien Museum

BIM and Augmented Reality for the renovation of the Wien Museum

The renovation of the Wien Museum of a dimension of 14,200m2 has started in July 2020. To complete the construction effectively, which first opened in 1959, the consortium composed of PORR Bau GmbH, Elin, and Ortner are using the AR construction app, GAMMA AR. Zoom on an interesting construction project in Vienna that combines augmented reality and BIM.