Document Your Project in 360
Construction and Project Management
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360 Capture Solutions for Any Job
360 Cameras Ready for the Job
Capture high-quality 360 photos and videos for construction documentation or project management.
Insta360 ONE RS 1-inch 360
6K 360 Camera
Insta360 ONE X2
5.7K 360 Camera
How To Document a Project Site
Capture 360 photos or videos by walking the site or property with an Insta360 camera.
Upload 360 photos or videos to third-party construction documentation platforms through integrated apps or online portals.
Collaborate and share 360 images attached to floor plan with your team or upload to Procore, BIM 360 and other construction management platforms.
Capture in the Field
Ready to mount on a hard hat, a selfie stick or a tripod. Just connect to an integrated app and capture while inspecting the site.
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Insta360 cameras are fully-integrated with the following construction documentation and project management platforms.
Success Stories
OpenSpace & Insta360 Integrate for Construction Photo Documentation During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the construction industry into disarray, with social distancing protocols limiting the number of people allowed onsite at a time. What if there was a photo documentation solution like Google Street View, where you can navigate around a floorplan to view the jobsite and see status changes remotely? That’s OpenSpace.
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Skanska Project Uses Reconstruct & Insta360’s Remote Construction Monitoring Solution
2020 will be remembered not just as the year of the global pandemic, but the year that the construction industry rapidly adopted technology. In order to survive and thrive, owners, general contractors and project stakeholders have embraced remote construction monitoring. Now, remote construction monitoring is a must-have capability rather than a nice-to-have one.
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Property Inventory Software Offers Game-Changing 360 Reporting with Insta360 ONE X
A property inventory report serves as a benchmark for property managers and tenants when setting a tenancy agreement. The report contains photos, descriptions and conditions of all items in the property, which then can be referenced in the case of a dispute.
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