The new office will be creating BIM solutions for design and construction, virtual and augmented reality products, as well as mobile and web applications. Its first customers are companies in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Europe and the USA. The opening of the new office will allow Rubius to strengthen cooperation with our current strategic partners, including ASCON, LO CNITI, CDSK and other Russian and foreign clients.
Rubius developers in St. Petersburg have already begun creating a server for retail chains in New York, as well as a program module to optimize BIM models for 3D printers ordered by a Finnish company. Moreover, Rubius – together with longstanding Russian partner LO CNITI – has launched a new project based on augmented reality technology.
At the opening of the new office, LO CNITI director Andrey Lovygin said, “Together with Rubius, we are developing a mobile client to search for and identify equipment, based on augmented reality technology. It will help manage equipment repair and maintenance while monitoring process effectiveness within the company. Rubius has proven its ability to solve high-level technical tasks on more than one occasion, and I am sure this project won’t be an exception. In addition to that, we can start working on projects in the fields of machine learning and big data analytics.”
Geographic growth will allow Rubius to launch new projects with Renga Software, a joint venture of ASCON and 1C that deals with software development for building design with the use of BIM technologies.
“Now, with the time zone difference out of our way, our cooperation will be much easier,” said Yevgeny Shyvalov, CEO of Renga Software. “Following our customers’ requests, with the help of Rubius we can start working on applicable, field-specific solutions on the basis of Renga.”
Rubius’s office in St. Petersburg is its second one in Russia. Rubius also has representative offices in Moscow and New York.