AVEVA, Trimble Partner

Press Release
Wednesday, October 24, 2012

AVEVA and Trimble announced  that they are collaborating to provide an efficient integration between Trimble’s 3D laser scanning solutions and AVEVA’s laser scanning software solutions, including the LFM Software suite, for the plant, power and marine industries.  The integration will enable customers to rapidly capture, import and integrate 3D laser scan data into their design workflows. With Trimble and AVEVA combining technologies, customers will have access to industry leading laser capture technology combined with world’s most efficient laser data processing software.



“Working with Trimble supports the AVEVA strategy of delivering innovative software solutions to our customers which add value to laser data captured from all the leading hardware vendors,” said Bruce Douglas, Senior Vice-President, EDS Strategy & Marketing, AVEVA. “We are delighted to support the use of Trimble’s 3D laser scanning solutions with AVEVA and LFM Software to enable the rapid creation of 3D models and management of laser scan data for our customers.”



David Fitzpatrick, General Manager at Trimble added, “Tightly integrating Trimble’s portfolio of 3D laser scanning solutions with AVEVA and LFM’s laser software portfolios can provide plant customers with an efficient workflow for maximizing the use of 3D data.”



AVEVA and LFM Software laser scanning solutions are helping companies capture their brownfield, as-built assets to improve efficiency and extend operational lifecycles. From point cloud to bubble view, from scan to 3D model, AVEVA and LFM have solutions for virtually every application.

 

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