Bring your models to life
Unlock the full potential of your 3D models with an augmented reality experience that lets you and your clients explore designs in a real-world environment—right from your mobile device.
Any model, anywhere
3D models don’t belong in a 2D world. SiteVision allows you to place true-to-scale (1:1) models in any environment so you can visualize 3D data with ease. Take a tour of your design on-site in real time and bring every detail to life.
True collaboration for all stakeholders
With support for a wide range of data types, SiteVision makes the perfect onsite data communication tool for architects, contractors, engineers, builders and clients to share ideas, collaborate and problem-solve in real time. You’ll speed up the process and minimize issues from miscommunication and misunderstanding.
Features that work for you
SiteVision supports BIM models: .SKP, .IFC, and .DWG formats via Trimble Connect, including rich attribute support for data in .IFC and .SKP formats.
Toggle between 2D and 3D views, adjust transparency for real-world design comparisons, import textures to see a realistic visual impact and experience how you will view the world from within your new creation.
Allow your team easy access to the correct data in the field via Trimble Connect, with revision controls, access rights management, reporting tools and lifecycle management—no matter where you are.
Take augmented reality photos, quick measurements and add notes to create tasks, report status, request clarifications and share or assign them with your client or project members—all in real time.
SiteVision integrates with all your existing tools
SiteVision integrates with data from SketchUp, Autodesk® Revit® and Tekla through Trimble Connect so you can use all your favorite 3D modeling software to create models for visualization and client/contractor engagement on-site.
See what you can do with Trimble SiteVision
- Works with SketchUp and Autodesk AutoCAD®
- Trimble Connect Integration
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Remote electronic distance measurements