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Next Gen 3D Paving Control System Unveiled

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1 Comment| February 1, 2022

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(Image via Trimble Construction.)

A company developing technology, software, and services that drive the digital transformation of construction unveiled a platform on Tuesday that enables operators to accurately control the compaction process, while reducing unnecessary passes that can result in over compaction.

Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB, Forum) introduced its Roadworks Paving Control Platform for Asphalt Compactors that leverages its Android-based Trimble Roadworks for ease of use, shortening training times and decreasing downtime for operators already familiar with the Roadworks user interface.

The new system is reported to be flexible and can support a variety of jobsite needs and specifications. Roadworks helps contractors save on fuel costs and reduce both machine wear and tear and operator hours. In addition, asphalt temperature mapping provides color-coded data to allow operators to compact at the correct temperature, reducing material waste and rework.

Trimble Civil Specialty Solutions’ General Manager, Kevin Garcia called this release particularly important, because every day people see more DOTs and private owners build technology requirements into their RFPs. The Trimble team is expecting there to be an influx of projects over the coming months and years as the result of increased infrastructure funding

“The Trimble Roadworks platform is specifically designed to be easy to learn and use. Variable pricing helps make this platform even more accessible and levels the playing field for contractors of all types and sizes.”

Trimble made news earlier this week when it announced that that it will deploy its mixed-reality solution for construction layout with its FieldLink MR app.

Built upon the Trimble Connect collaboration platform, Trimble FieldLink MR offers a completely new way to perform construction layout, enabling professionals to quickly navigate to tasks on the jobsite—getting more done in less time. The app runs on the Trimble XR10 with HoloLens 2, a hardhat-integrated mixed-reality device.

Trimble will demonstrate the app at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigerating Expo 2022 in Las Vegas this week.

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