DataMesh Inspector

Mixed Reality Inspection and Supervision Tool

DataMesh Inspector provides users with a robust mixed reality experience on mobile devices, this enables various formats of BIM (Building Information Modeling) files to be superimposed onto the construction site throughout the entire lifecycle of a building. This encompasses activities like design reviews and presentations, construction plan simulations, construction progress management, completion acceptance, and post-maintenance management. This approach facilitates a more intuitive and efficient collaborative workflow.


DataMesh Inspector

Upload resources

1. Log in to the FactVerse Services platform.
2.Upload RVT file locally. You can also import RVT files to Resources from BIM360.

Create architectural scenes

Define an architectural scene to store resources and inspection records, facilitating better management of your large spatial data.

Roam in the architectural scene

The roaming mode allows you to freely explore and move within the architectural scene, enabling you to inspect various parts of the model. You can also perform operations such as horizontal movement, rotation, and adjusting camera height.

Add QR codes

You can add a position QR code in commonly used locations (such as entrances, passages, and rooms). You can rename, delete, and adjust the position of QR codes.

Add auxiliary resources

You can add resources from Resources (2D drawings, images, 3D models) to the scene. You can reattach resources to other components, view resource details, or delete them.

View architectural scene in MR mode

1.Scan the marker: Download and print the Inspector Marker. Place the prepared marker at the corresponding location on site, align the scanning frame with the marker QR code, and complete the recognition process.

2. View the scene: In MR mode, move with the handheld mobile device, and construction component models will continuously load into the field of view.

3. View component information: Click on any construction component model to expand its data panel, displaying engineering information for the component.

4.Annotations: Click the component annotation button to add text and image records and change the component’s color to describe any issues it may have.

Manage collaborative annotations

1. Create and delete: You can create or delete annotations in the component annotation panel.

2. Leave comments: During the inspection process, you can view annotations made by other personnel and make comments.

3. Enable annotation browser:  If the annotation browser is enabled, component annotations are presented in the form of bubbles, displaying all annotation information within the field of view. 

4. Review annotations: You can review the content of various annotations in the annotation tab. Users can switch to the architectural scene mode to view, modify, or add annotation content as well.

  • If you are interested in learning more about scene design and production, please visit Hands-on Lab.
  • For more product features or technical specifications, please visit the Knowledge Base.
  • If you have any other questions or suggestions during the product trial, feel free to contact We are happy to assist you!