CamDo Expands Integration Capabilities With Autodesk BIM 360

by Sarah Wallace June 22, 2020

CamDo Expands Integration Capabilities With Autodesk BIM 360

We are thrilled to announce our expansion of integration capabilities with a leading construction management software platform: Autodesk BIM 360.

Beginning immediately, you'll be able to integrate your CamDo construction time lapse and site monitoring technology into your BIM 360 Dashboard. For instructions, head to this page to get started today. 

Construction Time Lapse Footage On Demand

Now, every time that you render a construction time lapse video on CloudX, it will automatically be visible for your whole team on your BIM 360 Project Home Page, so that you can monitor sites in real-time and streamline your project and site monitoring efforts.

Alternatively, you'll be able to display the latest image taken from your time lapse camera directly onto the BIM 360 Project Home Page: this will enable you to view photos taken from any project site within seconds.

Simplifying Your Workflow

The effortless integration of CamDo Solutions' construction time lapse footage with your existing BIM 360 dashboard is just the first step in simplifying your time lapse and site monitoring efforts; CamDo's construction time lapse technology has been built for builders to provide you with the best value in 4K time lapse with upload.

Integrating With the Best

BIM 360 is a unified platform connecting your project teams and data in real-time, from design through construction, supporting informed decision-making and leading to more predictable and profitable outcomes.

With BIM 360, you can: 

  1. Facilitate easy coordination of BIM models between teams in the office and the field. 
  2. Accelerate reviews, and instantly identify and resolve clashes before the start of a project.
  3. Eliminate back and forth rework as VDC managers and trades work from the same, updated models. 
  4. Trade partners can immediately resolve problems and report changes back instantly, saving time and costs.

It connects data and processes from design through construction and operations. It empowers field staff to anticipate and act, and back office staff to manage all aspects of construction performance.

You can expect a quick and seamless integration, resulting in professional quality, high value, and comprehensive construction time lapse solution. 

"As many of those that follow us know, it's only been about 1 year that CamDo has had the ability to upload, so we've been heavily focused on making CloudX feature-rich. As a connected job site is becoming the norm, it was inevitable we'd continue to roll out this integration with Autodesk BIM 360. We cannot wait to get customers up and running in our quest to streamline their workflow!" - Todd McCann, CamDo Solutions CEO



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