Leica Geosystems, part of Hexagon, has announced the launch of Leica Cyclone ENTERPRISE, a new enterprise reality capture project management and collaboration platform. Cyclone ENTERPRISE is aimed at professionals who have been asking for easier ways to manage their reality capture projects in a central tool, and the platform is designed to be a “single source of truth” for a deliverable creation.
As reality capture tools have continued to become more powerful, some of the larger companies are starting to invest more in the processing and data handling side of their products. By assessing the needs of reality capture professionals, Leica has positioned Cyclone ENTERPRISE as a single tool for managing, collaborating and accessing reality capture projects to view, share and analyse rich data via Leica TruView LIVE – a new free web-browser based viewer.
Cyclone ENTERPRISE facilitates reality capture project management by providing access to reality capture data though desktop programs and web browsers; and ensures secure, flexible, self-managed deployment. Whether users are analyzing reality capture data to produce deliverables in a CAD package through Leica CloudWorx, or communicating work orders and project deliverables through 3D data in the integrated viewers, Cyclone ENTERPRISE allows users to make the most of Leica Geosystems’ reality capture ecosystem by serving as a central source of data for all products. This new project management hub features robust user and project controls and complete deployment flexibility to ensure data is secure yet accessible.
“Cyclone ENTERPRISE places reality capture data at the centre of the project ecosystem, enabling users to work smarter, deliver results more accurately and collaborate seamlessly through integrated products that fuse the real and digital worlds, connecting the data producer with the data consumer,” said Faheem Khan, Vice President, Survey Solutions at Leica Geosystems.
“Cyclone ENTERPRISE is unique for its functionality as a hub for reality capture data streaming into all major 3rd party CAD packages or modern web browsers.”