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Operance is designed to enable anyone to easily search, share, update and utilise BIM data, without needing to know anything about BIM.
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Co-founders Ian Yeo, Tim Mutlow and Scott Pilgrim became so frustrated at the inability to easily search, store, update and utilise building information that they created Operance, a smart building manual app. Their vision is bold and ambitious: organise the word’s building information.
The building information management platform, enables consultants, contractors and modular builders to upload BIM models and information such as COBie data into the platform. It provides clients and end-users with all their building information in their pocket, accessible anytime, anywhere, without the need to navigate complicated 3D models.
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