Jun 08, 2021

Novade Connect strengthens links across value chain

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Dominic Ellis
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Eight partners are on board and "two-to-three more" are lined up in the next few months

Novade is strengthening links between construction hardware and software providers with the launch of Novade Connect.

Integrations connect data across the value chain and can even automate site entry with thermal imaging. Eight partners are on board - Autodesk, Oracle, Procore, Workbench, Ascent, Intercorp, Pensees and Aespada - and "two-to-three more" are lined up in the next few months.

Denis Branthonne, Founder and CEO of Novade, said: "We are in the business of accelerating the digital transformation of construction. Allowing various systems to connect seamlessly really helps teams in the field do their jobs faster. It also helps unlock the power of existing data."

Novade HSE Management System was launched in the Japanese market in April. Accessible on desktop, tablet and mobile, the all-in-one HSE software will enable construction companies to fully digitalise health, safety and environment processes across all their worksites. Founded in 2014, Novade is headquartered in Singapore and operates globally with offices in Paris, London, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Tokyo, Sydney, New Delhi, Bangkok, Beijing, and Beirut.

In other latest developments:

  • Foundation Software recently released videos on its YouTube channel in a bid to put educational information in front of contractors and provide tips on effectively using construction software
     
  • Sweden's KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) has received a gift from Trimble to establish a modern Technology Lab for the AEC sector. The lab will expand the university's leadership in training and research in 3D building design, digital fabrication and the sustainable built environment
     
  • Awair, which provides Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions, has announced its air monitoring software platform now integrates with Autodesk Construction Cloud
     
  • CMiC, which specialises in ERP and field operations software for the construction industry, has been designated a Gold Standard winner by Deloitte Canada for its multi-year Best Managed Companies honours
     
  • Virtek has released its Iris ActiveTrack laser positioning software that continuously projects stable, accurate laser lines onto moving parts to guide workers in a variety of manufacturing processes

The construction management software market is expected to grow by US$508.33 million during 2020-2024, according to Technavio.

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