Building and infrastructure inspection methodologies need to be augmented with technology such as AI to help reduce errors.
T2D2 Announces Integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud
T2D2 announces integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network and predictive insights for construction teams.
Sep 28, 2022, New York--T2D2, an artificial intelligence-powered condition detection and analysis software, today announced an integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud©, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network and predictive insights for construction teams. Now project stakeholders can visualize inspection photos and videos from T2D2 directly in their Autodesk© Build Insights or BIM 360© Project Home dashboards to analyze or monitor conditions on their jobsites. Asset inspections, especially those using drones, often result in a significant volume of photos and videos. T2D2's Inspection Cloud streamlines the collection of imagery for structure and infrastructure inspections, reduces risk, and improves safety by allowing users to tag imagery with feature-rich labels leading to accurate and actionable reporting and condition tracking.
Analyzing the results of field inspection imagery can take up valuable engineering time and brain power. T2D2's comprehensive AI (artificial intelligence) Damage Detector can detect over eighty different conditions across eight building material types. T2D2 takes 2D and 3D photo analysis to the next level with features such as vertical facade geotagging, orthomosaic labeling and timeline viewing.
“T2D2 and Autodesk Construction Cloud is one of the top integrations our customers have asked for,” said Jonathan Ehrlich, Chief Operating Officer at T2D2. “There will now be a direct link between field inspection captures, image cataloging, and analysis tools for AEC professionals."
“Our customers rely on real-time, accurate construction data to manage each stage of the project lifecycle." said James Cook, director, partner integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “Embedding AI-powered inspection data from T2D2, alongside the wealth of construction and asset operations data in Autodesk Construction Cloud, allows project and facility management teams to review, act on, and track all inspection detections.
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