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    Trimble introduces three new solutions to connect construction sites

    Trimble Australia

    Trimble Australia  announces the introduction of three new solutions comprising of Trimble Connected Office, Trimble Connected Controller and Trimble Connected Machine for heavy civil construction professionals. The solutions were presented to the construction industry at Intermat 2012, the international exhibition of equipment, machinery and techniques for the construction and materials industries.  

    Together creating the Trimble Connected Site solution, the three new solutions bring new efficiencies into construction sites by saving time and cost at every stage, virtually eliminating steps in the plan, design, construct and operate process.  

    Trimble’s Connected Site can improve the efficiency of construction projects, resulting in earlier completion of high quality projects at a lower cost.  

    Roz Buick, vice president and general manager for Trimble’s Civil Construction Division explains that Trimble Connected Site uses construction technology to improve efficiency and productivity, while minimising waste and expense. Trimble’s construction solutions empower contractors with site-wide information integration, transforming the way a contractor gets the job done.  

    Trimble Connected Office  

    Trimble Connected Office uses software and hosted services to create 3D construction models, perform data preparation and takeoff, wirelessly sync data, monitor site productivity, and manage fleets and assets.  

    Trimble Connected Controller  

    Trimble Connected Controller solution wirelessly syncs a Trimble Site Positioning System in the field with the office and allows the Trimble Controller to receive GNSS corrections via the Internet.  

    Trimble Connected Machine  

    Trimble Connected Machine solution uses hardware included in all Trimble Grade Control Systems to help contractors connect their assets and see what their machines are doing.

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