Abstract: Systems and methods provide rendering of and interaction with digital building information modeling (BIM) models. The BIM models may be used for project management processes in the field. The BIM models may also be shared across multiple devices in the field, and received from cloud-based services in communication with the devices.
December 16, 2014
Date of Patent:
August 6, 2019
LATISTA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Andrei Lavrov, Anatoliy Tishin, Patricia Remacle
Abstract: Systems and methods are described for providing interactive issue creation and management for use in project management processes. The system provides users with mechanisms for creating fully-featured, easy-to-identify, and highly legible issues, with a visual mechanism for communicating issue information between the parties involved in the project management process, thereby resulting in improved tracking to ensure issues are appropriately addressed and timely resolved, saving time and money.
January 8, 2015
Date of Patent:
November 13, 2018
Latista Technologies, Inc.
Andrei Lavrov, Anatoliy Tishin, Patricia Remacle, Christopher Ramsey
Abstract: Disclosed herein is a computer program product, system and method to provide field management and mobile inspection via an online platform web-application for use by construction and capital projects management and property management firms and their subcontractors/vendors. More particularly, in an aspect, use of an automated field management process includes a terminal-based solution (i.e., a Tablet-PC) for field-based personnel that synchronizes with a server for office personnel and dynamically generates field management documents, reports and other information. In further aspects, field management resources may be generated that are context-specific. A visual punch list may be generated using area plans and special codes to facilitate automated field management processes. Rules may be pre-established by users to expedite field management processes. Data records may be synchronized among multiple mobile terminals and at least one server.
September 30, 2009
April 1, 2010
Andrei Lavrov, Anatoliy Tishin, Christopher Ramsey