Bring Facility Mangement into the digital era by empowering facility managers, occupants, and owners.
Create the future of living by preparing the buildings of today for the technology of tomorrow.
In a world where technology constantly evolves, Augment must stay a step ahead, and our team makes sure of it. Disruption is our driving factor, and research is our state of mind.
An exact virtual model of your entire facility, including building elements, equipment, and systems. Interact with all the elements of your project, access all of the information available for each element, and move models and data seamlessly between different applications.
Connect all your software to a single database. Automatically update all of your data. Easily share information and benefit from AI-powered data services through Augmented Reality – all along the lifecycle of your building. Save yourself a great amount of time and stress.
Activated at the click of a button, our flagship Cloud Modules allow you to manage, monitor, inspect, or report on different aspects of your facility from almost anywhere. All of that online, from your own virtual facility.
When it comes to our homes, comfort is what we seek.
When it comes to our offices, we delegate that comfort to our Facility Managers.
In this perpetual quest for comfort, technology is our greatest weapon, and our champion is the Facility Manager. Today, they’re the ones channeling this technological boom, as much as they’re the ones helping us exploit it.
The August 4th blast in Beirut, Lebanon can easily be described as the first of its kind and a national tragedy. Around 2,100 tons of Ammonium Nitrate shook a coty and a country down to its foundations, bringing the infrastructure to its knees and the economy to a standstill. What nobody know is that the feeling of powerlessness would do the most damage later on.
At Augment, we decided to unveil the nightmare’s grip from the Lebanese people and took a bull’s stand to assist. With the power of unity and the help of the Lebanese Armed Forces, we used drone imaging and 3D modeling technologies to provide accurate information about the damages done to first responders.