Manchester-based specialist enabling works supplier, Intelligent Environment Services (i-ES), has unveiled an innovative virtual rendering service designed to enhance asbestos surveying safety and efficiency. The ‘Virtual Rendering’ surveys employ pioneering 3D technology to provide clients with a detailed, interactive, and immersive representation of their properties, integrating critical compliance data within the 3D rendering.
Through this groundbreaking technology, i-ES offers clients a real-world walkthrough of buildings and environments, complete with the precise location data of asbestos-containing materials. This eliminates ambiguity and enhances safety by enabling contractors to identify asbestos locations with clarity and immediacy, reducing the risk of accidental disturbance.
i-ES is also the first organization globally to create virtual tours within contaminated areas. This capability offers clients a comprehensive view of mechanical and electrical equipment in previously inaccessible areas, providing valuable insights into their condition.
Brent Wardle, Director at i-ES, expressed his enthusiasm for the new service: “We are delighted to launch this exciting new service, which is set to completely revolutionise the way asbestos surveys are carried out.
In addition to enhancing safety, i-ES’s Virtual Tour technology supports a more efficient approach to asbestos management by embedding multiple layers of tagging. This feature assists in identifying health and safety risks and enables clients to tag and retain a virtual replica and profile of all assets.
Brent Wardle further stated, “We have already successfully delivered virtual asbestos surveys and virtual renders with both new and existing clients who have described it as game-changing and a watershed moment for the asbestos industry. We are extremely excited about the possibilities new technology can bring to our industry and we are proud to be the company leading the way with its integration.”
i-ES will showcase the Virtual Rendering service at the Contamination Expo on 13-14 September at the NEC Birmingham.
For more information, visit i-es.uk.