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It takes two to untangle

Heavy-asset projects are big undertakings, and they produce impressive structures. But before the asset becomes real (and you can see it on The Discovery Channel), a great many people must contribute information and knowledge. They need a tool to do so.

We have a vision in mind, and want you to get a sense of where we want to go. Let's explore.

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Navigate

Navigate

Introducing the Aize Twin Explorer – the portal to your digitial twin universe, where 3D visualisation, elastic search and advanced information modelling comes together, enabling you to navigate the sea of information that is your project.

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Collaborate

Collaborate

Why on earth shouldn't your project organisation benefit from the same collaboration features we all have come to expect in our daily digital lives?

Experience how the excitement of an intuitive user interface, coupled with limitless digital horsepower, turns information logistics for your project into a ballet.

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Orchestrate

Orchestrate

Get your ducks in a row, organise the troops, agree on the ground rules – there is a reason we have a plethora of expressions for getting organised. More than anything, the act of designing, constructing and commissioning a heavy asset revolves around orchestrating the information input from vendors, partners and contractors in a timely fashion.

Use our apps to manage information collection from your vendors, have them upload data directly to the twin, manage interfaces, and resolve issues before they turn into costly changes.

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A new anywhere

Anywhere used to refer to the physical world.  We see things differently. Anywhere you are digitally, you should be able to access, utilise and enrich the digital twin – inside your favourite applications, for instance.

Meet our constructability engine. It evaluates design models against rules that apply in the unforgiving world of actual construction, but it lives within your 3D CAD application, using the twin to give your engineers a sense of what's real.