Ferrovial benefits from Mission Room’s Australian expansion

A photo of a Mission Room showing an image of Australia

Ferrovial is the first contractor to benefit from Mission Room’s expansion to Australia.

Mission Room recently formed a strategic partnership with an unnamed company in Australia. Ferrovial already has Mission Rooms installed in its London and Madrid offices (as BIMplus witnessed first hand earlier this year). Now, a Mission Room Cube has been opened at Ferrovial’s office in Homebush, Sydney.

The Cube is Mission Room’s top-end product: the company describes the variant as its “most immersive system” with touchscreen display. The Cube is a bespoke, four-sided projection room, offering a look-around 360° immersive experience. Footage is projected on to all four internal walls. Once inside, small groups can collaborate, undertake digital rehearsals, or undergo training sessions.

Ferrovial is building the £1bn central section of the Sydney Metro West, the new underground rail line that runs through a large part of Australia’s largest city.

Of the expansion into Australia, Mission Room MD Matthew Blanchfield said: “We can’t wait to see how the Australian market adopts our new technologies. We are confident that this collaboration will lead to transformative outcomes.”

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