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The +Watkins Steel has been experimenting with the +Microsoft HoloLens in the factory to see how we can utilize is for quality assurance.
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Stage 2 installation of the Arbour complete for the 2018 Commonwealth Games Athletes Village!
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1/16/17
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Microsoft HoloLens has just arrived at the office! These virtual goggles will allow us to view and interact with our Tekla 3D models using mixed reality, adding another dimension to our advanced digitally linked four-step process. Stay tuned for exciting things to come next year...
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12/21/16
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Installation has begun on the mammoth architectural arbour for the 2018 Commonwealth Games Athletes Village! Check out the progress in the photos below.
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12/15/16
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Check out our latest case studies to see how we use the Watkins Steel Four-Stage Linked Process to deliver a successful project on time with no rectification works required! https://lnkd.in/g68yM5C
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Earlier this month two of our Watkins Steel team members attended the Trimble Dimensions User Conference in Las Vegas! Read about the event and check out some of their photos via the link below.
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The Watkins Steel Four Step Process is a unique digital workflow that has been developed to link the entire steel manufacturing and installation process. The results? Significant reductions in human error and rectification work that hold up construction projects.
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Watkins Steel 3D point cloud fly though of Meridian College. Data was captured using 3D laser scanner to survey target buildings.
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