Datumate has announced the release of DatuBIM version 2.0, a platform for efficient, comprehensive and timely project execution management.
The provider of construction data analytics and drone-based photogrammetry solutions said that the latest version boosts automation benefits to existing and new partners and customers.
DatuBIM 2.0 serves the entire range of companies involved in infrastructure construction projects, such as developers, construction management companies and general contractors.
It ensures that stakeholders are now able to monitor and digitally document managerial and engineering construction processes of the most complex projects in a timely fashion.
And the company says that the platform brings the use of drone-based data to the next level.
Thanks to the quick data turnaround enabled by Datumate software, the platform supports frequent automated drone flights that allow project owners, managers and contractors to stay up-to-date on all construction site core processes.
Tal Meirzon, CEO of Datumate, stated: “Companies turn to construction tech to optimize project management and improve profitability of their businesses. Datumate is answering this need and now offers an end-to-end platform to make the entire design-built-maintain life cycle more efficient.”
Itay Segev, vice president of product and strategy, added: “DatuBIM™ is construction tech at its best. We developed a collaborative, cloud-based platform that serves all project stakeholders and is delivered as a non-intrusive, end-to-end solution.
“We managed all this without compromising survey-grade deliverables.
“Moreover, we made sure our platform enables seamless integration with leading construction IT systems already in use by our customers.”
Datumate has also announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Dorsch Group.
The firms will combine Datumate’s DatuBIM™ with Dorsch Group’s industry-leading construction planning and consultancy services.
The partnership will enable Dorsch to expand its digitalisation services from planning to the entire construction lifecycle.
Meirzon said “We are excited to be working with such a well-established partner in the market as Dorsch Group to help customers across the DACH region to digitally transform and optimise their construction projects.
“Together we will drive the adoption of data analytics that delivers the insights companies really need.”