OpenSpace is a construction tech company using artificial intelligence to automatically create navigable, “Google Street View” 360° photo representations of job sites. Builders simply attach an off-the-shelf 360° camera to their hardhat and walk the site as normal – no extra labor required. Once the data is uploaded to the cloud, the OpenSpace Vision Engine automatically maps the images to the drawings. The Vision Engine is fast, accurate, and it learns: on average, processing takes less than 15 minutes. Because of the speed and simplicity of the technology, builders document sites more easily, more frequently and more completely.
OpenSpace recently announced a fully functional BIM viewer in addition to deep integrations with Procore, PlanGrid and BIM360.
Founded in 2017 by construction tech veterans and MIT PhD’s, OpenSpace came out of stealth last year. Since then, OpenSpace’s customers have captured more than 150 million square feet of data. The company recently closed a $14M round of funding.