Boston – Oculo and Touchplan announced a partnership to work together to assess a workflow that combines lookahead planning with reality capture.
The partnership between Touchplan and Oculo will allow visual documentation to be used to feed into dynamic scheduling, and to align all members of the project team. Planning sessions can become virtual rehearsals, where all members of the team can visualize the next steps, and remote team members can also contribute. According to the firms, this creates a jobsite where obstacles are avoided, responsibilities are clear, and constraints are less of an issue.
“Our goal is to take the 20,000 foot-view from which most project managers see the jobsite and get it down to the lowest level,” said Jason Barrington-Hines, operations & growth manager at Oculo. “All parties should be able to have the same information available to them to understand the macro workings of the job from any location, and our tech combined with Touchplan can help achieve that.”