Connecting your BIM department to the field is as easy as publishing your BIM file to SpectAR's secure cloud portal.
Project a hologram of your approved construction design in 1:1 scale on your jobsite.
Create digital QA/QC flow in real-time, referencing the only source of truth: the BIM model.
Leverage the speed and simplicity of AR to make better engineering decisions faster.
Early adopter plans include an unlimited number of users and can start and stop at any time per job site, providing the flexibility and reduced overhead costs necessary in the construction industry. Use your own Augmented Reality hardware or rent ours. Spectar provides face-to-face on-boarding by highly qualified techs. Contact us to consult about rates and which plan fits your projects.
Spectar was founded by leaders in the construction industry with the vision and long time commitment to further the process of innovation and digitization of the construction industry. By creating an accurate three-dimensional holographic construction overlay at real jobsites, Spectar's Augmented Reality increases the productivity, effectiveness, and safety of workers, translating into higher profit margins as well as a more reliable finished product. Furthermore, Spectar's use of Augmented Reality has the potential to attract and retain the next generation of construction workers.
Martin Bros. have been around since lath and plaster was the only choice. Now, they use Augmented Reality to complete projects.
We are striving to make an up to date BIM model a single source of truth on all our projects. Augmented Reality from Spectar gets us there today.Robert Klugh Los Angeles
Since our inception, Spectar has been partnering with leaders in the tech and construction industries. Spectar is one of the few members of the construction industry working with Microsoft to apply Augmented Reality technology to real construction solutions, and has been working with Microsoft since 2017. Martin Bros. Construction in Los Angeles, founded in 1932, have completed projects that include the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the LA Municipal Court building, and the Tom Bradley Terminal at LAX. Spectar and Martin Bros. have worked together to solve real world construction problems in the Greater Los Angeles area.