BUILD FAST & RIGHT - FIRST TIME
LightYX BeamerOne with Flintco
BeamerOne - How it Works
HOW IT WORKS
Download the latest version of your plan to the mobile BeamerOne App
Position the BeamerOne™ device anywhere on site using reference points or reference elements
PROJECT & BUILD
Select any area to project, and start working
MODIFY PLAN ON-SITE
Modify the plan in real-time on-site according to the as built, and get immediate approval from the architect
CAPTURE AS BUILT DATA
Capture as-built information and update plan accordingly
Get report of the work progress. Spot mistakes at the earliest stages of a project, before it’s too late.
LightYX, a revolutionary con-tech startup, was founded in 2018 by a team of engineers and construction professionals. They came together in seeking to find a solution to an age-old problem in the business of constructing: human error in the implementation of BIM (3D plans), or blueprints, causing large and unnecessary costs, and delaying the finalization of projects.
In today’s world of modernization, industries have been propelled towards their future using technologies that perfect the art of industry, whilst construction has for the most part, been left behind. So let’s modernize construction!
This is exactly what LightYX has achieved – disrupting the age-old process of construction, and giving it a modern twist. In doing so, LightYX has provided the solution that thousands of construction workers and managers around the world have been desperately in need of.
LightYX BeamerOne™ turns blueprints into interactive field tools by projecting 2D/3D blueprints on to the construction surfaces using an accurate laser.
Now, a construction worker can see the blueprint, to scale, on the work surface, which allows him to quickly understand what to do with almost zero mistakes.
The LightYX BeamerOne™ also allows the worker to detect mismatches between the digital plan and the “as built” and easily fit the projected plans to the "as built", using a mobile app.
Once completed the worker could save the new updated drawing, and send back to the architect for approval or share it with other stakeholder in the project.
Its purpose is to ensure that construction workers are able to correctly implement 2D & 3D plans on the first go, whilst managers are able to continuously monitor the implementation process.