ICT Tracker is a model-based production app that digitizes field data collection using AR technology to deliver comprehensive construction progress reporting for real-time visibility.
No more manual tracking on paper or time-consuming takeoffs.
Track existing BIM or 3D models to accurately compare against current installations.
Unlike scanning or 3D images – you have real-time data in minutes.
Real-time tracking for general and all specialty contractors.
- Fire Protection
- Mechanical Duct/Pipe
- Process Piping
- Structural Steel
HOW IT WORKS:
- Download the app
- Upload your model
- Capture installation status
- Look at the data
View our short video on how to easily track your projects and capture critical data.
Installation & Tracking Process
Simplify and streamline tracking by eliminating manual methods
Timely measurements & identification of positive and negative trends
Capture real-time data for reports to improve visibility
Jobsite forecasting and completion
Make immediate scheduling adjustments to manpower, equipment, tools, and material deliveries
Project profits and company revenue
Understand installation status and identify scheduling issues to prevent margin slip
Gain knowledge of productivity rates to feed back into estimating and win more jobs
Enterprise licenses agreement, based on number of users.
Project-based pricing available based on number of users and project duration. Contact us for details.
Remove the guesswork out of percent complete & earned value to generate more profit.
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“Using ICT Tracker helps make the job profitable. Cutting down the time, cutting down the guesswork is what makes digital field tracking the way to go to prevent margin slip. We can get percent of complete in minutes.”
“What I love about ICT is it allows us to use information that we are already creating through our BIM process and have transparency throughout the company through the field. It helps us to really improve our efficiencies and reduce human error.”