We're looking forward to hear
Structured data management through IRIS!
Digitise your documentation with the digital cycle diagram! Digital data acquisition enables standardised construction site documentation to be stored centrally and transparently. This allows all project participants to access and analyse the same data sets. This means that up-to-date information from incoming data is available immediately and well prepared.
Digital cycle diagram
Create new activities
When a conventional tunnel is being built, an efficient, digitised documentation of the construction process is recommended. In addition, the documentation functions of IRIS enable the proof of contractually compliant execution to be provided to the client.
The data can be captured in real time in the digital cycle diagram and made available to the project management – thus all responsible parties have an overview of the construction project at all times. The data is not only recorded, but also automatically processed and evaluated. These evaluations enable, as a graphical representation, an increase in efficiency in execution, documentation and reporting. Daily updated reporting enables you to detect deviations at an early stage and to avoid or counteract in good time the occurrence of risks such as delays in construction progress. The data and evaluations can be made available internally and externally. The connection of interfaces and the export in .xls, .csv and .pdf formats support you in this.
With user right management, you decide which participants receive access at what time. Store a project structure and select activities from a standardised „master list“. Create diagram templates and different shift models on the basis of which the site team can easily and quickly create new cycle diagrams. Decide on the depth and accuracy of documentation according to your wishes or requirements. Record not only activities, but also the corresponding working hours of your personnel. Use the possibility to describe special features or deviations in the construction process by adding explanatory comments.