Waldeck Consulting to create an alternate reality at Multimodal 2016

By Nye Longman
Waldeck Consulting will give Multimodal 2016 delegates a direct glimpse into the future by using cutting-edge augmented reality (AR) to bring its engine...

Waldeck Consulting will give Multimodal 2016 delegates a direct glimpse into the future by using cutting-edge augmented reality (AR) to bring its engineering projects to life.

Delegates will be walked through detailed animations of complex facilities at the swipe of a smartphone, along sections of the exhibit.

Building Information Modelling (BIM) based Project Lifecycle Management specialists will demonstrate how BIM, can offer huge benefits to the logistics sector through efficient facilities management and maintenance.

This year will be Waldeck Consulting’s third time bringing the latest technologies to Multimodal, building on the success of the past two years.

Sue Wright, Deputy Managing Director at Waldeck Consulting, said: “Multimodal is a fantastic platform to showcase the incredible interactive capabilities of BIM, and we are excited to share the very latest in augmented reality with delegates.

“BIM based solutions add value and assurance for the building of warehouses, distribution centres and numerous other assets within the transport and logistics sector. However, many businesses are not yet aware of the technology available and how it can benefit their capital investments.”

Visit stand 1151 to meet the Waldeck team and discuss their market-leading BIM based digital asset engineering, project lifecycle solutions and technical assurance capabilities.

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