Disperse launches performance insights interface

By Catrin Jones28 November 2022

Disperse, a provider of building productivity systems in the construction industry, has announced the launch of its new product, Impulse.

Impulse screenshot (Photo: Impulse)

The product is said to enhance processes commonly used in construction with performance insights that project teams can utilise to inform critical day-to-day decisions. In addition to quantifying the work-in-place of over 480 task components, the company says that Impulse highlights issues that do not conform to design or that may require rework so that project teams can systematically address them.

The company adds that this requires minimal manual inputs from project teams and is instead derived from 360º image scans captured by Disperse operatives that are accessible to customers through a class-leading visual interface of interactive building schematics. 

Impulse automatically tracks and, when relevant, resolves these issues using photographic documentation obtained through regular site scans, so that project teams can focus on driving productivity.

While most construction technology companies rely on project teams to provide status and progress information as well as visuals from their site, Disperse says that their product automates this process for project teams by integrating the image scans with project drawings, schedule, and, when available, updated BIM model.

“What makes us stand out in the market is our ability to reliably and consistently extract data from the site images we capture,” says Disperse CEO and founder Felix Neufeld.

“We have now built on this capability and our new product, Impulse, gives our customers objective data in an intuitive format for use in everyday decisions. With Impulse, we are serving actionable insights to project teams so that they can make better decisions and drive on-site performance.”

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