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Archive | April, 2017

Magenta’s new autonomics software engine set to revolutionise private hire dispatch

London, 28 April 2017: Visitors to the forthcoming Private Hire and Taxi Expo will be the first to experience the next generation of dispatch software. Featuring a revolutionary ‘autonomic engine’ and state of the art Business Intelligence Dashboards, Magenta’s latest offering is being presented as a game changer; an optimisation system that thinks for itself […]

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Speaker line-up announced for third British Information Modelling event

London, 27 April 2017 – An exciting speaker line-up has been announced for the third British Information Modelling event, including high profile representatives of IBM, Innovate UK and HOK. Bringing together innovators and experts from across the Building Information Modelling (BIM) sector, the latest seminar – hosted by international architectural practice KPF at their London […]

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3D Repo cloud platform adds integrated Virtual Reality functionality

London, 18 April 2017 – 3D Repo has launched a new version of its cloud based Building Information Modelling (BIM) software that offers integrated Virtual Reality (VR) functionality using existing 3D models and project data.  3D Repo’s multi-award winning solution for those managing construction and civil engineering projects already uses the latest cloud technology for […]

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Pointfuse point cloud software transforms design of construction in London

Shepperton Studios, UK, 18 April 2017 – Swanton Consulting has transformed the design of temporary works – such as façade and basement retention – using a software innovation that creates instant 3D models from laser scanner data. Processing of the millions of individual 3D laser scan measurements, known collectively as point clouds, used to take […]

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EarthSense scientists conclude trees are most cost effective way of tackling urban air pollution

Leicestershire, 13 April 2017 – Scientists at EarthSense Systems have completed a research project into the economic effectiveness of different schemes to reduce air pollution. In a study of Europe’s favourite shopping area, Oxford Street, the project team compared the comparative performance of a range of options, including trees, solid barriers and even a special […]

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K2B Couriers boosts temperature controlled delivery performance with Maxoptra’s smart software

London, 13 April 2017 – Maxoptra dynamic delivery route planning and scheduling software is helping temperature controlled distribution specialist, K2B Couriers, optimise its fleet operations and boost customer service.  K2B provides same day, backup and planned deliveries for a range of blue-chip clients across sectors such as food, pharmaceutical and medical supplies. Often working within stringent […]

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KPF joined by HOK, Ordnance Survey and Unit9 for third British Information Modelling event

London, 12 April 2017 – The third British Information Modelling event will take place on 11th May 2017 and is hosted by international architectural practice KPF at their London headquarters.  Bringing together innovators and experts from across the Building Information Modelling (BIM) sector the latest seminar will feature speakers from the UK government’s innovation agency, […]

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National Trust deploys laser survey aircraft from Bluesky to map Shropshire estate in 3D

    Leicestershire, 11 April 2017 – The National Trust has turned to aerial laser mapping to create accurate 3D models of the Dudmaston Hall estate in Shropshire. Working with aerial mapping company Bluesky, the Trust plans to improve access to the historically and culturally important estate. Measurements captured using aircraft mounted lasers have been […]

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