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Trimble software gives ‘complete picture’


November 16, 2011
By Aggregates & Roadbuilding
trimble-businesscenter

Nov.
15, 2011 – Trimble has released a new version of its heavy and highway
construction office software for data management, data preparation and
materials quantities takeoff. Business Center – HCE 2.50 features new road
takeoff, data preparation, earthworks planning functionality and a
new Corridor Mass Haul module.

 trimble-businesscenter

Nov.
15, 2011 – Trimble has released a new version of its heavy and highway
construction office software for data management, data preparation and
materials quantities takeoff. Business Center – HCE 2.50 features new road
takeoff, data preparation, earthworks planning functionality and a
new Corridor Mass Haul module. In addition, estimators can realize increased
efficiencies with the software when importing Adobe PDF vector files or CAD
cross-section files.

Corridor
Mass Haul combines the corridor design with a haul route network, barriers to
haulage, borrow pit and waste site locations. The project is intelligently
analyzed to determine the optimum and most cost-effective earthmoving process.
This gives contractors the complete picture of earthworks operations, allowing
them to plan “what if” scenarios, offering specific volume and cost information
before breaking ground on the project, and saving time and money through all
phases of construction.

www.trimble.com

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