Sensera Systems Announces Key Partnership with Reconstruct

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Advanced integration enables users to validate quality and avoid rework — Sensera Systems, Inc., a leading provider of comprehensive, real-time jobsite intelligence solutions today announced a partnership with Reconstruct, leading provider of advanced progress reporting and risk management for construction projects. Through an advanced integration, users will benefit from increased productivity and improved collaboration.

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Image captured by Sensera Systems camera and ingested by Reconstruct

"Our customers can automatically visualize captured images from Sensera cameras within Reconstruct, and that makes quality validation more efficient,” said Zak MacRunnels, CEO of Reconstruct.

"This integration of Reconstruct and Sensera Systems provides an end-to-end solution for improving construction productivity. The Reconstruct team has been fantastic to work with to develop and deliver this new level of value to our mutual GC partners and we’re excited to work with them," said David Gaw, Founder and CEO, Sensera Systems.

City restrictions and regulations often prohibit the use of drone flights over construction sites, making it challenging for project managers to collect vital site imagery. This obstacle has been solved through the combination of Sensera’s crane mounted cameras and Reconstruct’s ‘Visual Command Center.’ The synergy created through this partnership allows us to seamlessly provide 3D overlays, analysis, detection, and insights.

The integration between Reconstruct™ (http://www.reconstructinc.com/) and Sensera Systems allows for the automatic push of captured images from Sensera’s SiteCloud® platform into Reconstruct’s ‘Visual Command Center’— requiring no user involvement. Reconstruct transforms these site images into point clouds, where drawings can then be aligned and overlaid against photos. This helps validate quality and avoid rework. The integration fosters collaboration, progress and safety.

“We are extremely excited about our partnership with Sensera, especially about the synergies that are being created. Our customers can automatically visualize captured images from Sensera cameras within Reconstruct, and that makes quality validation more efficient,” said Zak MacRunnels, CEO of Reconstruct.

Both Sensera Systems and Reconstruct will be at Autodesk University (AU) in Las Vegas November 19-21, 2019. Sensera Systems will be at booth# CON190. Reconstruct will be at Booth# CON214 and will also be at the Connect & Construct Summit, Booth #P15 (November 18).

About Sensera Systems
Sensera Systems® is a leading innovator of comprehensive, real-time jobsite intelligence solutions. The company is recognized for pioneering the next-generation of multi-function jobsite cameras that seamlessly integrate progress monitoring, collaboration, site-security, safety, and documentation functions. Sensera's portfolio of advanced jobsite intelligence solutions is powered by Sensera's SiteCloud® platform which provides easy-to-use software for viewing, monitoring, and sharing real-time site data, detecting actionable insights, and simplifying workflow. SiteCloud is tightly integrated with Sensera's complete line of jobsite cameras and SitePOV™ mobile app to provide comprehensive automated site intelligence from a simple web interface. SiteCloud service includes WiFi and 4G LTE connectivity making it a true end-to-end solution. For more information about Sensera Systems, visit https://www.senserasystems.com.

About Reconstruct
With offices in Silicon Valley and The Midwest, Reconstruct’s ‘Visual Command CenterTM’ provides construction project stakeholders an integrated view of progress, productivity, and schedule risk. Reconstruct was founded in 2016 and is used by industry leaders in North America, Asia, and Australia who experience a 30% reduction in time necessary to report field level progress and a 50% reduction in site visits necessary by project executives. For more information, visit http://www.reconstructinc.com.

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