See OpenSpace 360°
Reality Capture in Action
Get started with the resources below to find out why OpenSpace is the fastest and easiest way to document,
understand, and take action on your jobsite. Or dive right in and book your personalized live demo today.
Get an overview
Watch this brief video for an introduction to key features of our 360° reality capture solution.
4 minutesWatch Video
View our webinar for specific examples of how one customer uses OpenSpace to stay competitive.
35 minutesWatch Video
Meet with an expert
Schedule a personalized demo with our team—we’ll get to know your unique needs and show you a live demonstration of what OpenSpace can do for you.
30 minutesRequest a Demo
Build faster and reduce costs with OpenSpace
OpenSpace customers can document their sites 10-20X faster than manual methods
and with greater ease and speed than other solutions.
Document your jobsite 15x faster
50% savings in travel costs
1-month schedule acceleration
on a 24-month project
See what OpenSpace
customers are saying:
“The biggest value-add is being able to take your phone out, click record, do the walk, load your images to a computer, and be done. OpenSpace is 5X faster than its competitors and orders-of-magnitude faster than manual capture.”
“If a 2D picture is worth a thousand words and a 3D picture is worth a million words, then an OpenSpace capture is basically priceless.”
“OpenSpace has always had the ability to track progress on a jobsite through photo documentation, but the addition of granular, detailed information on quantities and materials introduces a new dimension of value.”
“OpenSpace [made it possible to] cut travel in half, which saved our company 50% on travel costs.”
“For each task, there’s potentially 10 minutes of time saved by using OpenSpace. That’s a lot of valuable time when you add it up.”
“With the time savings we see with OpenSpace, we can now document all active areas of the project daily.”
“It’s a force multiplier due to the time savings on documentation and communication.”
“When I first saw the project, it looked like we were going to be 20% over budget. We ended up 10-15% under budget.”