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Why Unispace Is Rolling Out OpenSpace Globally to Improve Quality Control and Transparency

Founded in 2010 in Sydney, Australia, Unispace is revolutionizing the creation of workplaces. With global experience spanning tech, professional services, bio-pharma industries, and everything in between, the company designs and builds high-performance spaces for a diverse workforce.

Unispace came to OpenSpace for an innovative way to create a single source of truth and provide all stakeholders with a current, accurate understanding of project status. Prior to using OpenSpace, teams captured photos and videos manually during frequent site walk-throughs. With OpenSpace’s automated 360° capture process, teams were able to surface quality issues sooner, and stakeholders valued their new real-time view of site conditions.

Read this case study to learn how, working with OpenSpace, Unispace has achieved 100x more complete documentation, captured 10x faster than manual methods, reduced travel costs by 30%, and saved tens of thousands of dollars on rework. In addition, the company is benefiting from improved collaboration with subcontractors, improved internal collaboration, and greater transparency for clients.

 

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“[OpenSpace] has given clients peace of mind and additional confidence in Unispace. No matter where they’re based, they can see for themselves that a project is on schedule instead of just taking our word for it.”

Daniel Juchima

Senior Project Manager

Unispace

At OpenSpace, we’re on a mission to bring new levels of transparency to construction. We combine simple off-the-shelf 360° cameras, computer vision, and AI to make it incredibly easy to capture a complete visual record of a job site, share it via the cloud, and track progress remotely. Our customers have used the platform to capture more than 8.5 billion square feet of job site imagery and over 494 million images of active construction projects, from job sites in 76 countries across five continents.