Evercam 4D View to improve access to design data
19 December 2022
Evercam has announced the addition of Evercam 4D View to Bentley Systems’ powered by iTwin program. Evercam 4D View is said to help project teams leverage engineering and design data to better understand the construction sequence and communicate project plans to all parties involved.
The company says that the 4D View app combines real-time, high-quality video footage throughout the jobsite with a digital twin and allows users to switch between the model and reality to track changes and communicate progress. The app addresses the challenge of the volume of data available to project teams by connecting it with 4D planning, scheduling and analysis capabilities.
Evercam 4D View allows users to easily switch between real-time footage and BIM models to make collaboration easier. Users can see any changes made to the BIM model and receive updates within the platform. 4D View provides users with a list of features from within the platform including remote measurement, navigational tools, and the ability to highlight anything from the 3D model, as the iTwin Platform recognizes each element.
Ireland-based Evercam says that they can offer users unlimited access, allowing team members from across the globe to work virtually together, ultimately improving safety, reducing risks, and creating greater efficiencies for the entire project team.
“We are very pleased to have Evercam add their Evercam 4D View application to the powered by iTwin program,” said Adam Klatzkin, Vice President, iTwin Platform, at Bentley Systems.
“In doing so, Evercam joins the growing ecosystem of software developers enabling digital twin solutions with the iTwin Platform. Evercam 4D View is a great example of how real-time video from the job site can be combined with a digital twin to increase the productivity of complex construction projects.”
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