Trimble Business Center (TBC) version 5.90 software further advances capabilities targeted specifically at integrated and streamlined data management in our increasingly data-abundant ecosystem.
The large volumes of data that are readily available from modern systems—high-resolution cameras, high-speed scanners and mobile mapping technology—can overwhelm computing and storage capabilities.
TBC version 5.90 emphasizes features and functionality that automate tasks, simplify data processing and better connect actionable information to project team members, stakeholders and communities.
TBC has long been a powerful takeoff and monitoring tool, calculating earthwork and material quantities for bids, preparing data for construction stakeout, building 3D models to optimize machine operation, tracking productivity and delivering first-class as-built documentation. The latest release builds on those capabilities.
Mobile mapping batch processing
Delegate mobile mapping tasks to the batch processing engine. Long pre-processing operations like scans generation, classification and colorization can be automatically performed in overnight TBC sessions, for single or multiple mobile mapping missions. The batch processing engine can also convert the raw mobile mapping data in the formats supported by the mobile mapping data exporters. Single or multiple mobile mapping missions will be automatically prepared for the following production duties.
Simplified point cloud stockpile extraction
With the point cloud stockpile extraction feature in TBC version 5.90, users have the ability to automatically generate stockpile boundaries and calculate volumes; no manual interaction is needed. Simply execute the command by selecting the general location of the stockpile in the point cloud and TBC will generate the stockpile boundary, calculate volumes and create reports with volume, date, slope area and base area.