iOffice + SpaceIQ leverages strategic alliance with Autodesk to bring digital twinning technology to building operators

Announcement of the release of BIM Viewer, software designed to synchronize building model designs with real-time plant and asset data to improve post-handover operations

ATLANTA, September 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — iOffice + SpaceIQ, the global workplace management technology company, has announced the launch of a Building Information Modeling (BIM) viewer, which will leverage digital twins, digital representations company assets and facilities, to transform and optimize operational performance.

With the introduction of BIM Viewer, iOffice + SpaceIQ aims to help businesses eliminate operational gaps by making it easier to connect asset and facility data, allowing users to explore, locate, interact and report on space and asset data that was previously difficult to access.

By reducing the knowledge gaps that occur when moving from construction to operations, companies using BIM Viewer manage their facilities and equipment as intended, contributing to a lower carbon future.

Last year, iOffice + SpaceIQ announced a strategic investment made by Autodesk to improve integration between Autodesk’s BIM platform and Archibus, iOffice + SpaceIQ’s integrated workplace management system.

This release marks a major step forward for digital transformation initiatives in the historically fragmented building lifecycle by addressing several key challenges companies face when considering implementing digital twins, including the difficulty of integration, the overall complexity of the system, and the time and cost to build the digital twin.

Archibus BIM Viewer uses Autodesk Forge APIs® to render BIM models stored in Autodesk Construction Cloud ® or Autodesk Build, which speeds up the configuration process and dramatically reduces the time it takes to train operations teams to use this technology.

BIM Viewer enhances 3D BIM models with asset, operations and space data, allowing asset and maintenance managers to quickly determine where their assets are, how they are connected, what areas require particular attention and what is their impact on the building and the company.

By combining the power of design, operational and performance data into a single platform, users will be able to improve their efficiency and make smarter, more strategic decisions about their portfolios.

“The voice of our customers inspired us to find a new way to deliver richer, more connected building and asset data. We are proud to be innovators in this industry,” said Brandon Holden, president and CEO of iOffice + SpaceIQ. “BIM Viewer will alleviate the challenges that many users have faced in adopting and deploying digital twin strategies, enabling businesses to get up to speed with digital twin technology faster, with less complexity and a simpler implementation. work faster. »

The new offering comes amid growing interest in digital twins and calls to accelerate digital transformation initiatives. According to a recent Microsoft reportthe adoption of digital twins has lagged behind other digital investments due to integration challenges and internal skills gaps.

About iOFFICE + SpaceIQ:

iOffice + SpaceIQ facilitates the work of tomorrow by helping employees and businesses adapt and thrive to produce better results globally. Our smart workplace technology enables more than 10,000 organizations in 85 countries to improve business performance through intuitive, people-centric space design and operation. Over 2 million end users rely on iOffice + SpaceIQ platforms to optimize more than 2 billion square feet of space valued at over $64 billion, maintain mission-critical assets, and improve the way people interact with workplace. Discover the solutions on www.iofficecorp.com and www.spaceiq.com.

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