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‍Disperse launches Impulse to augment project team performance
New product from construction technology firm unlocks data through an intuitive visual interface, providing actionable insights to improve decision making of project teams.
Disperse
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November 21, 2022
Disperse launches updated project progress monitoring platform
Project progress monitoring start-up Disperse has launched the next stage of its platform. Called Impulse, the new platform can track more than 480 task components across superstructure, envelope/facade, MEP, and fit-out. It also highlights issues that do not conform to design or that may require rework.
Justin Stanton
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November 21, 2022
Disperse.io Launches AI-Based Construction Planning Tool
UK-based construction productivity startup adds new tool for daily site decisions
Jeff Yoders
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November 18, 2022
Construction disrupter Disperse raises £15m
Works with developers in the UK and Ireland including Hines, Mace, Sir Robert McAlpine, John Sisk & Son and Multiplex
BusinessCloud
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September 28, 2022
Disperse, contech firm driven by AI, raises $16m
The London-based company is the latest to draw the eyes of venture capital firms.
Construction Dive
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September 28, 2022
Disperse Raises $16 Million in Funding Led by 2150
Disperse has raised $16 million of additional funding, with 2150 as lead investor and participation from existing investors including Northzone and Kindred Capital. The investment will be used for the dual purposes of continuing to drive product advancements and expanding the go-to-market function in the Americas.
Disperse
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September 27, 2022
Disperse raises £15m for AI-powered construction platform
London-based AI startup Disperse has raised $16m (£14.9m) for its platform that captures building site data to digitally visualise a construction project.
UK Tech News
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September 26, 2022
Disperse, which brings AI-fuelled data to construction projects, raises $16M
Disperse, a construction tech company that offers an AI-powered platform to help project managers track work and capture data from building sites, has raised $16 million in funding.
Tech Crunch
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September 26, 2022
Future of Construction - The Times Special Report
Construction has taken a hammering in recent years. In this special Future of Construction 2022 report, new opportunities for green building and technology are bringing life back to a beleaguered industry.
The Times
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June 9, 2022
Preparing for the Building Safety Bill with Disperse
How will the legislation help the industry tackle the fire safety issues that let to Grenfell? Emily Twinch reports on a roundtable hosted by software company Disperse and Building
Building Magazine
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April 22, 2022
Using AI to Continuously Innovate
The word Innovation seems to be at the forefront of many business conversations these days, but how are we really transforming and advancing the way we operate as a company? In construction, we are frequently being pitched with tech-based solutions that promise to advance our operations.
Gilbane, Inc.
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February 4, 2022
Mace employs AI issue detection to track onsite progress
Mace has become the latest contractor to adopt an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered issue detection system which tracks onsite progress. The move comes after construction tech start-up Disperse piloted its product concurrently with Canary Wharf Contractors (CWCL) and Kier.
BIM+
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June 29, 2021
AI helps Mace crown City project
Deployment of digital tools at One Crown Place has helped Mace to view progress and problems from other angles. Kristina Smith reports
Construction Manager Magazine
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May 5, 2021
Construction is progressive, says tech entrepreneur
The industry has a bad name when it comes to adopting new tech, but as far as Disperse’s Felix Neufeld is concerned, that isn’t fair. Felix Neufeld, CEO of AI specialist Disperse, whose digital tools have recently been used by Mace at One Crown Place, has found construction a great environment for tech startups.
Construction Manager Magazine
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May 5, 2021
Meet your Digital Twin
Artificial intelligence can save hours of leg-work on big projects, as Canary Wharf Contractors has found. Lisa Russell reports. Popping out of the site office to check a detail isn't a two minute job when the building you're working on is tens of storeys high.
The Construction Index
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January 15, 2021