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1.Truly Constructible

Trimble Solutions hosts its Annual User Conference, TUD 2019, in Chennai.

2.Bridge information modelling for construction efficiency

Trimble’s construction modelling software Tekla Structures is a comprehensive bridge information modelling (BrIM) solution for bridges

3.Software is the Solution

Building construction starts with design; and, here, AutoCAD, the popular 2D design and drafting solution from Autodesk, is being widely used. A step up from AutoCAD, building information modelling (BIM) design software operates in three dimensions, delivering a host of added advantages.

4.Technology, big data trending in construction

Cause inefficient collaboration between stakeholders often leads losses

5.The many benefits of construction software

Better design, lower head counts, great coordination between project teams


Essel Infraprojects appoints Vinod Bhandawat as CFO. Piramal Realty appoints Naaman Atallah as CEO.

7.Trimble launches Railway Solutions portfolio in India

Trimble Solutions India, a subsidiary of US-based Trimble Inc, has launched its global Railway Solutions portfolio in India. The Trimble Railways portfolio is industry-leading and covers the end-to-end railways life cycle, from planning through construction, maintenance and operations to safety.

8.See what is driving demand for Construction Software

Not for nothing is application software that facilitates a certain task called a solution. It can help construction companies tide over downturns as well as progress during market upswings.

9.At a glimpse

Trimble Solutions India is exhibiting its portfolio of products at the 4th edition of the World of Concrete Show in New Delhi.

10.Constructible BIM will make construction more efficient, more global and more connected, writes Paul Wallett, Regional Director, Trimble Solutions India and Middle East

The continuing march of technology in the modern age has impacted the construction industry in many more ways than meets the eye. For an industry that has not seen significant technological change over the past couple of decades, the arrival of 'Constructible BIM' is no less than a revolution.