Trimble has acquired AgileAssets, a provider of infrastructure asset management software to companies and government in the US.
AgileAssets’ Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) asset management solutions provide organisations with advanced analytics for real-time decision making as well as insights for efficiently managing critical infrastructures such as roads, bridges, airports, and railways.
This helps address the global challenges associated with maintaining and replacing ageing transportation infrastructure, said Trimble in a press release.
Shelly Nooner, general manager, Trimble’s Civil Design and Engineering Division, commented: “Trimble has a long history of transforming industries by providing full solutions that help customers survey, design, construct and assess infrastructure at scale.
“With AgileAssets, we now expand our civil infrastructure solutions portfolio to include managing and optimising the performance and sustainability of our customer’s assets across the entire lifecycle.
“It is an exciting time in infrastructure. Trimble and AgileAssets together create a powerful combination to advance technology adoption and will allow owners to realise the full potential of digital as-builts through the entire asset lifecycle.”
Stuart Hudson, CEO of AgileAssets, said: “We’re excited to join the Trimble ecosystem. Trimble is an ideal match for AgileAssets and our work to bring intelligent analytics and maintenance solutions to enterprise infrastructure owners.
“The combination of Trimble’s construction modelling technology with our asset lifecycle solution will provide our customers with an elegant end-to-end, highly visual, interactive platform for all of their infrastructure management needs.”
To date, AgileAssets has helped infrastructure asset owners to maintain approximately 55% of state and highway roads and 357,000 U.S. bridges.
AgileAssets will be reported as part of Trimble’s Buildings and Infrastructure segment.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
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