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About 3D Repo
3D Repo is an online platform for Digital Twins. Bringing down the barriers to collaboration for construction professionals.
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The Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry is infamous for errors, omissions, overruns and spending substantially more money than budgeted, all of which could easily be prevented through proper communication, coordination and collaboration.
This is such a wide-spread problem that in 2011 the UK Cabinet Office mandated the use of collaborative 3D BIM technologies on all public construction from 2016 onwards.
This is where 3D Repo comes in. 3D Repo is a multi-award-winning digital platform for BIM data. 3D Repo is transforming how construction projects are designed and delivered by democratising data, mitigating risk, and reducing complexity for everyone involved including architects, engineers, and contractors.
3D Repo is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for Building Information Modelling (BIM) coordination in the cloud. Our platform allows users to manage 3D model revisions and highlight potential issues using live collaboration tools, which enable the whole project team to work from a single source of truth any where and at any time.
Instead of architects, engineers, and contractors sharing massive proprietary files in a costly and time-consuming manner, they can simply point their web browser to an encrypted cloud platform in order to examine each project stage virtually.
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