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The Trimble Connected Office

The Trimble® Connected Office solution allows contractors to create 3D construction models, perform data preparation and takeoff, wirelessly sync data, monitor site productivity, and manage fleets and assets.

The 3D design model created in the office can be sent to machines and controllers in the field, increasing efficiency, reducing rework and saving money.Additionally, a complete view of site productivity including materials quantity and movement, volume and compaction data,and fleet and asset management information can be shared across the organization to enable rapid decision-making and better communication.

The Trimble Connected Controller

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

A grade checker can receive the design model, create new measurements and then send the measurement and stakeout results back to the office for review. Design changes originating in the office can also be sent to the controller so field crews are rapidly updated with current information. All of this is accomplished without personnel ever leaving the site or their desk,dramatically increasing productivity and reducing costs.

The Trimble Connected Machine

Now standard in all Trimble® Grade Control Systems, the Trimble Connected Machine solution helps contractors manage their assets and see what machines are doing.

Machines can collect as-built measurement data for office delivery, and receive GNSS corrections using the Internet. A 3D design created in the office can be sent to the machine operator for faster, more precise grading and earthmoving. Additionally, the machine can be used for volume measurements, so expensive measurements by grade checkers occur less frequently. Drive time and rework are also minimized, as both the office and machines in the field are kept up-to-date with the latest information.

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