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Manitou gets the Digital Twin BIM treatment
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Manitou gets the Digital Twin BIM treatment

Manitou gets the Digital Twin BIM treatment

Manitou Group, the global leader in handling, aerial lift platforms and earthmoving, has chosen the BIM&CO platform to model its Manitou products. The solution relies on architecture software to digitize the product catalogue and make the models available free of charge from a library accessible on the manitou.com website.

To ensure the continued development of its services, and in particular its digital solutions, the group is launching modelling of Manitou products dedicated to the construction market. Available worldwide (French and English) in the BIM library via the manitou.com website and on the BIM&CO platform, BIM architects, modelers and designers can easily introduce Manitou machines into their work environments during construction projects.

BIM (Building Information Modelling) refers to the tools for modelling construction information, encompassing every phase of a construction site, from design through to deconstruction. This modelling provides users with a totally immersive experience, helping them to make decisions and streamline costs. This database is free of charge and easily accessible: just create an account to access all the 3D models.

Manitou gets the Digital Twin BIM treatment

Arnaud Boyer, VP Marketing & Product Development for Manitou Group, sheds light on the implementation of this new service: “Our digital transformation is accelerating and should enable our customers to improve efficiency on their sites. That’s why Manitou offers dynamic files in BIM format, which are part of a collaborative approach to project development.”

With this development, the brand hopes to ensure its presence in projects from start to finish by meeting demand that has grown significantly in the last few years.

BIM&CO was chosen for the simplified integration of data into the platform, a simple and ergonomic approach for the user, and the possibility of having a constantly evolving solution for more efficient and collaborative management.

Laurent Lacroix, Business Development Director at BIM&CO, explains: “We are delighted to have someone like Manitou Group as a customer. Products in BIM format can be quickly uploaded to the BIM&CO platform and then easily integrated into digital mock-ups, bringing visibility to design offices and architects.”

Manitou gets the Digital Twin BIM treatment

Users can already find the entire range of fixed telehandlers and aerial work platforms on the platform. Other construction machinery, such as rotating telehandlers and lift trucks, will be added to the library during 2022.

The group will present its BIM offer in detail at the BIM WORLD show on April 5 and 6, 2022 in Paris.

Post source : Manitou Group

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