MANASSAS, VA, June 14, 2019 – ClearEdge3D, the creators of Verity construction verification software, are pleased to announce Verity Photo, the much-awaited result of the company’s July 2017 BIMtrace acquisition. The new software is an affordable and easy to use QA/QC tool for the construction industry.
“Laser Scanning isn’t always the right tool for QA/QC. Sometimes you just need to know what’s been installed and if it is in roughly the right place…” said Kelly Cone, VP of industry strategy of ClearEdge3D. “That’s where Verity Photo is a perfect fit.”
Verity Photo enables users to snap photos of a project site, align them to a coordination model in Autodesk Navisworks, and identify mistakes and misalignments onsite before they become expensive problems. This makes the software a convenient, highly accessible verification tool that can be used as an alternative to 3D laser scanning. Construction professionals can now download the Verity Photo app for free and integrate it with Autodesk Navisworks for less than a dollar per day.
Users not only identify problems earlier in the construction process when they are often less expensive to fix, they also save time and money by reducing the need for large data transfers and expensive equipment. By overlaying a photograph of the site conditions on top of a coordinated model, field and office team members can visually compare the work in place and make informed decisions in minutes. The lightweight app format promises to make the verification tool more accessible to field users, making it easier to capture the reality of the construction site at any time in any place.
ClearEdge3D is a global technology leader in the Architectural/Engineering/Construction (AEC) industry, offering advanced software solutions that help firms model existing conditions and verify that recently completed work has been constructed correctly. The company’s EdgeWise software dramatically speeds labor-intensive 3D modeling workflows by utilizing advanced automated feature extraction and assistive modeling technology. Its Verity construction verification software compares point cloud data of recently completed work against a design or fabrication model, flagging any out-of-tolerance or poorly installed elements.
For more information, please visit www.clearedge3d.com.