Available now, the integration allows customers to add a live TrueLook camera to their BIM 360 dashboard. Managers can view live and historical conditions of their projects from the convenience of their existing management software.
“The convenience and ease of use will be an enormous benefit for Autodesk customers who use TrueLook,” said Ken Pittman, chief marketing officer for TrueLook. “They’ll be able to keep an eye on things with a quick glance at their BIM 360 dashboard, which will be a real time-saver. They’ll be able to focus on the project, not the software.”
An earlier integration announced in August allows TrueLook data to sync to Autodesk’s BIM 360 platform. Users can automatically send TrueLook’s photos and time-lapses into albums in Autodesk BIM 360, serving as a lifetime backup for TrueLook’s project monitoring. The integration also includes many quality-of-life benefits for sharing TrueLook photos and documentation with other Autodesk users.
“Construction projects are fast-moving, complex, and define organized chaos,” said Josh Cheney, construction industry manager at Autodesk. “Truelook’s integration with the Autodesk construction platform keeps an eye on the blind spots from anywhere at any time. Our customers asked for this integration and we are pleased to bring it to life.”
TrueLook provides construction jobsite camera technology, including live jobsite viewing, construction time-lapses, HD security recording and drone photography. Autodesk’s BIM 360 improves construction project delivery by supporting informed decision-making throughout the project lifecycle.
The Autodesk integration is the latest in a series of integrations and hardware upgrades that enhance TrueLook’s offerings for the construction industry. Earlier this year TrueLook unveiled a new 4K indoor camera with a built-in 4G LTE cellular modem and a movie-making tool for creating custom time-lapse videos.