WASHINGTON DC, Nov 14, 2016 – Kelly Cone, the former director of Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) at design-build firm Beck Group has joined ClearEdge3D, Inc. as vice president of Product Management with responsibility for the features, functionality and user experience of the company’s EdgeWise and Verity software products. Cone, a recognized expert in BIM technology will focus initially on the launch of Verity, the company’s new construction verification software, which is scheduled for a February release.
Cone brings a wealth of construction and architectural experience to ClearEdge. At Beck Group, he and his team pioneered the use of laser scanning, 3D modeling, construction verification, UAVs, photogrammetry and numerous other advanced technologies to make the design-build workflow at the company ever more efficient. A frequent speaker, blogger, seminar leader and recognized thought leader, Cone is considered one of the foremost experts in BIM technology and workflows in the construction industry.
“Construction verification has the potential to revolutionize – and I don’t use that word lightly – how projects are executed. I haven’t seen software that comes close to Verity in accuracy, speed and utility for construction teams,” said Cone. “I’m excited to take a lead role in bringing this ground-breaking product to market.”
Chris Scotton, president and CEO of ClearEdge3D, had this to say about Kelly joining the company. “Kelly has been a visionary in this industry for years and we are very pleased to have him on our team, driving the features and user experience for Verity and EdgeWise. Early feedback from our Verity Beta Testers has been excellent and adding someone of Kelly’s experience and industry know-how will be a major leap forward in solving this vexing problem for construction project managers.”
ClearEdge3D, a leader in automated 3D modeling and construction verification technologies that use advanced computer vision algorithms to dramatically speed the process of creating as-built models and quality checking constructed elements. The company’s EdgeWise software, is reshaping how as-built conditions are extracted from point clouds to produce accurate and intelligent 3D models faster and more accurately than ever before. Its Verity software analyzes point cloud data of recently constructed work and flags out-of-tolerance or improperly constructed elements. ClearEdge3D is headquartered in Manassas, Virginia.
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