From scanning to digital twin.
With the aurivus AI.
The great potential of a digital twin quickly convinces customers from Scan-to-BIM. If there weren’t the long waiting times. The fact that clients actually do wait months for the scan to be converted confirms that BIM is the example of digitization benefits.
Some people claim, it should rather be called “Scan-to-wait-to-BIM”. Indeed, the “Scan” part of Scan-to-BIM has been extremely accelerated by innovations while the “to-BIM” part is still laborious manual work. Accelerated, scan-to-BIM would be interesting for many more customers.
Modelers are dreaming from a helpful tool that not only displays point clouds very well, but actually supports them in their modeling work. Aurivus provides this intelligent tool and makes Scan-to-BIM real.
The aurivus cloud service automatically transforms incoherent point clouds into 3D building models. Due to the high degree of automation and the integration into common software tools, we offer a simple and intuitive solution for Scan-to-Bim. With aurivus, the modeler is guided step-by-step through the entire modelling process, which in contrast, is only partially supported by currently existing software (e.g. only pipes). Through the processing power of a cloud solution, a large amount of data can promptly be processed, without the need of special hardware for the customer.
Aurivus’ founders are experts in artificial intelligence and sensor fusion. They developed neural networks for autonomous cars as part of their doctoral theses. Their technology enables to create a model of the vehicle environment from laser and camera data. With aurivus, they bring AI from autonomous driving to construction. Unlike in the construction industry, the environment is moving and the sensors are on a driving vehicle.
Aurivus consists of a young team of highly motivated experts in the field of artificial intelligence and software development. The company was founded by Stefan Hörmann and Martin Bach, who both did research in the field of automated driving at Ulm University. They bring their many years of experience to aurivus’ target industries.
Stefan started aurivus to achieve a real impact. After his Ph.D. he worked as machine learning engineer at Daimler. He was also founder of ImmerSight and inventor of their room-scale VR system.
Martin was most recently group leader for machine learning at Ulm University. His deep understanding of multi sensor fusion, machine learning, and software development is a key component of aurivus.
Being part of our team is more than an interesting reference in your CV. Self-realization is a fundamental element of the work at aurivus. We are highly motivated, well-funded, and work on game changing technology for a global market. This makes the development of our business and our products exciting and intellectually challenging.
If you are enthusiastic, creative, and have a passion for your job, you will fit well into our team and we would be happy to hear from you.
Phone: +49 (0) 731 / 141 146 14