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Upcoming events

We regularly offer free appointments for our customers, on which we inform about news of the services online. The next dates are:

Dec. 15, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
DIGIBAU helmet camera system
Jan. 12, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Construction defects and the new BIM functions
Jan. 26, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Construction checklists
February 09, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Construction photos

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Successful live-Presentation of our new product DIGIBAU


World premiere of the DIGIBAU helmet camera system

The DIGIBAU helmet camera system was presented to the international public for the first time at BIM World 2021 in Munich. Together with TeamsWare, Darmstadt University and PMG Projektraum, Open Experience presented the innovative system for recording 360° on November 23rd and 24th-Pictures on the construction site.

With DIGIBAU, continuous and chronologically traceable 360° documentation becomes a reality during daily construction inspections. At the fair, the new product with all accessories was exhibited for the first time and the visitors also tested the system for themselves with great enthusiasm. The construction helmet with integrated image acquisition module and LED-Lighting is controlled via the developed DIGIBAU app, and so using the construction plan of the trade fair at various points on the exhibition area, pictures were taken live with the interested parties using the high-quality wide-angle camera system and in the gallery of the construction photo-App presented. In order to reduce the weight of the helmet, the battery was designed to be worn on a belt and many interested parties wanted to convince themselves of the lightness of this module. The entire system is packaged safely and robustly in an ideal transport solution, a high-quality case with an integrated power supply unit for charging, which of course could also be examined at the stand.

Due to Corona, the event took place under special conditions. Nevertheless, we were able to establish enormous interest in the DIGIBAU system. The presentation of the helmet was a great success for us. During the numerous discussions we were able to gain new inspiration for the further development of DIGIBAU and we are looking forward to next year when DIGIBAU will then be used on numerous construction sites. Here are a few impressions from the ICM.

A vision becomes reality ESKIMO


The ESKIMO research project is in the implementation phase

The innovative concepts for the construction site of tomorrow are now becoming a reality. And new challenges await. A little review: Since April 2020, the ten partners of the ESKIMO project have been working on the three planned project pilots with their respective basic technologies. The team at Open Experience deal with the automated support of technical quality assurance. The Munich project space-Manufacturer PMG is leading the work on the pilot as part of the project-Module for commercial quality assurance. The German-French IT-Consulting Actimage develops together with the construction logistics-Experts from Frankfurt Economics developed an innovative prototype for the automatic support of construction logistics-Planners. The decisive phase has now begun: The first results of the basic technology modules are available, now the project pilots based on them can be implemented. The basic modules of the project were created by the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology(KIT), Fraunhofer IOSB and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The KIT provides a module for image recognition that is intended to recognize different situations on the construction site. Since a sufficiently large training course for the successful training of complex image recognition processes- and test data volume is required, the active support of the application partners of the project, the construction company Karl Gemünden GmbH & Co. KG and Ed. Züblin AG, a crucial role. They created a large image database with annotated images, which provides the basis for the image recognition algorithms. The scientists from Fraunhofer IOSB and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences are working on the topic of real-time position detection. The IOSB is particularly concerned with a module for the topological comparison of BIM-Model and reality. Darmstadt University is working on real-time-Position determination with the help of sensor technology to optimize construction processes. Since the last project update in March, both research partners have completed the first prototypes of their work, which are already delivering promising results. In the next few months the partners of the ESKIMO project will try to merge the developed modules into the three project pilots. After that, the first tests should be carried out on the construction site and with real data. So it remains exciting!



From 20.- September 22nd with a hybrid congress broadcast live from

the Allianz Forum at the Brandenburg Gate

Open Experience is happy to participate in Germany's largest hybrid-Event with a virtual trade fair for everything to do with BIM. Under the motto "Digital and Sustainable: Develop - plan - build - operate. On to new knowledge, success and a better contribution to climate protection!", the event will take place for the second time this September after a successful premiere last year.

The managing director of Open Experience GmbH, Konstantin Krahtov, will be giving a talk on "Mobile construction sites as part of the virtual fair: Current status and future trends". The speaker agenda with other top-class specialist presentations and all information about this event can be found at



Open Experience GmbH at BIM World Munich on November 23rd and 24th, 2021, ICM Messe München

BIM World MUNICH is the leading networking venue for the past 6 years: a platform for all construction stakeholders, real estate and urban development industry. Once again this year, thousands of participants and more than a hundred specialist speakers are expected on six stages. Open Experience will be represented with a booth for the second time.

In 2021, BIM World MUNICH will once again offer a comprehensive market insight into the latest digital methods, services and technologies and Open Experience will also present its latest developments and results from research in the constantly growing exhibition.

Halftime for ESKIMO


That from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research(BMBF) Funded research project ESKIMO has been working on the question of how the construction site of tomorrow can be supported with artificial intelligence for almost a year. Time for a mid-term review.

In April 2020 the ESKIMO project was officially kicked off-Started off. Three project pilots are being developed as part of ESKIMO. The Open Experience team deal with automated support for technical quality assurance. The Munich project space-Manufacturer PMG is leading the work on the pilot as part of the project-Module for commercial quality assurance. The German-French IT-Consulting Actimage develops together with the construction logistics-Experts from Frankfurt Economics developed an innovative prototype for the automatic support of construction logistics-Planners. Within the last few months, detailed concepts for the implementation of the planned scenarios have been developed and the first proof-of-Concept-Implementations developed. A central part of all project pilots are image recognition algorithms that have been developed with the support of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology(KIT) implemented. A sufficiently large training course is important for the successful training of complex image recognition processes such as ANNs- and test data volume. This data is processed together with the application partners of the project, the construction company Karl Gemünden GmbH & Co.KG and Ed. Züblin AG, collected and processed. In the meantime, over 200,000 image recordings have been made and the first results of the image recognition algorithms, which have been trained on the basis of the data, are already showing promising results. Also central for ESKIMO-Developments are the modules for real-time position detection developed by scientists from Fraunhofer IOSB and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The IOSB is working on a module for the topological comparison of BIM-Model and reality. Darmstadt University is working on real-time-Position determination with the help of sensor technology to optimize construction processes. The Technical University of Darmstadt(TUD) accompanies the project from an ergonomic perspective. The ESKIMO project is designed for a total of two years of research. The half-time result shows that many of the ideas have great potential and are on a promising path. Nevertheless, there is still a lot to do, so that the next year will definitely remain exciting! We will report regularly on the current status over the further course of the project.

Digital now


"Digital Now" New investment funding for SMEs: 50% funding for the digitization of the construction work - Open Experience can support you with the application

Digital now! is intended to counteract the still great need for digitization in many medium-sized companies and thus realize new opportunities through digital technologies. Smart working- and production processes, new business models, effective customer acquisition and better networking can be achieved, and with the use of the mobile services of Open Experience, these successes are also eligible for funding.

  • Do you have between 3 and 499 employees? * Are you a medium-sized company and active in construction? * Plan digitization projects with investments in soft-/Hardware? * Would you like to have up to 50% of the digitization costs funded without reimbursement? We offer you a half-day workshop via web conference and then free support in preparing the application documents if you are going to use the services of Open Experience for your digitization plan. Funds are limited for 2020 - contact us today!

Starting shotESKIMO


Artificial intelligence for construction

DIGITIZATION IS CHANGING THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY The ESKIMO project with eleven partners from the construction industry and IT-The aim of the industry and research is to monitor the construction work with an intelligent interpretation of the current situation-Help optimize the situation on the construction site. The goal is to use AI to transfer the image data captured during execution from camera systems, smartphones or tablet computers-To interpret algorithms, to automatically recognize building objects and their characteristics and to compare the results generated in this way with the standard-based building data modeling. "The application of modern collaborative construction-Methods such as networked construction site, Just-in-Time-Delivery, intelligent construction logistics, synchronized working methods and lean construction are made easier "



IHK event on "Digitization in construction- and real estate industry "

On June 4, 2019, the real estate jour fixe took place in the IHK Frankfurt on the topic of "Digitization in construction- and real estate industry- Digital Immigrant or Digital Native? "The question that was discussed here was what added value new technologies offer companies and whether they still have some catching up to do in terms of big data, business intelligence or the level of automation, or are even ready for it at all. Will BIM, cloud computing and networked work prevail in the construction industry in the long term? For this purpose, experts from science and research were invited to Frankfurt, who, after the welcoming remarks by Mr. Sebastian Trippen, Managing Director of the Economic Policy and Metropolitan Development Business Area of the Frankfurt Chamber of Commerce and Industry, gave them an insight into digitization in construction-and real estate industry gave. Prof. Dr.-Ing.Sven Rogalski, head of the AWA research group in the electrical engineering and information technology department at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, gave an overview of the challenges, trends and developments in the division. Managing directors of various small and medium-sized companies such as Mr. Krahtov then gave an insight into practice(Open Experience GmbH) on the subject of “Research meets business: Of data-via process management to building information modeling(BIM)“Or Dipl. Ing. Tim Gemünden(Karl Gemünden GmbH & Co. KG), who talks about the topic of “Digitization in Project Development-BIM in practice ”gave a lecture. After further interesting lectures by Dr. Marc Gille-Sepehri(Thing Technologies GmbH) and Mr Ruby Fathzani, AS + P Albert Speer & Partner GmbH, the successful event ended in a cozy get-away after a round of discussion on the introductory question of whether the construction industry is more of a digital immigrant or a digital native-Togehter.

Specialist conferenceBIM


Review of the Building Information Modeling conference, 12.-February 13, 2019, Vienna

On February 12 and 13, 2019, the 1st imh specialist conference “Building Information Modeling” took place in the Hotel Schani in Vienna, attended by numerous experts from the construction industry. In order to advance the digital processes and to learn from the experiences of the renowned speakers, there was intensive exchange for two days and discussions on topics such as BIM in practice, its benefits and potential, or the legal aspects of a BIM tender . On the first day of the conference, Mr Krahtov, Managing Director of Open Experience GmbH, gave a lecture on the topic of Construction 4.0 and outlined the digital transformation of the construction industry and the resulting opportunities and challenges in the course of digitization Digitization will fundamentally change markets and business processes across all sectors and support is therefore expected and demanded from the public sector. In addition, the participants shared the opinion that the establishment of the modeling is still largely in closed-BIM-Processes will take place, as the implementation of a cross-software working method including the inclusion of various planning tools still appears difficult. The transfer of the Closed-BIM in Open-BIM processes will become reality in the future due to the requirements of clients and BIM will not be stopped, even if digitization in the construction industry is still progressing comparatively slowly and has some catching up to do.

Industrial construction fair


Successful week at the BAU 2019 trade fair!

BAU 2019 is over and this year it drew 250,000 visitors - more than ever! Thank you very much for the numerous visits to our stand at BAU-IT Halle, for the great interest in our products and the many nice conversations. Numerous interested parties and many of our customers have found their way to us and took their time for us. Thank you for your trust and your great interest in our new developments, especially the digiBAU helmet camera system and our latest QM app-Checklists. Thanks to your inspirations, your feedback and ideas, we can continuously develop and realize the digital construction site more and more. Everyone who was unable to come to BAU in Munich this year and would still like to find out about the latest Open Experience developments is cordially invited to contact us. And best of all, make a note of it:BAU 2021 will take place in Munich from January 11th to 16th, 2021, and Open Experience will definitely be there again!




This year the forum DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OPERATION took place on January 17th, 2019 at the BAU 2019.

  • Construction helmet with 360 °-Camera system
  • Automatic documentationTile robotTile robot
  • BIM-Comparison with the actual-State
  • Digital quality management
  • Consistent process automation
  • Collaborative defect management

We would like to thank all speakers and participants.

industrial fairBUILDING


The world fair for construction, 14.- January 19, 2019, Munich

Soon it's time again: Open Experience will again be an exhibitor at BAU in Munich in 2019. The world's leading trade fair for architecture, materials and systems, which takes place every two years, is the most important meeting point for the industry and a perfect opportunity for us to present our products to trade visitors. Find out more about our building suite and our current research project digiBau on site.

From 14.-January 19, 2019 you can visit us at booth 504 in hall C5 and get advice from our team.

We are very much looking forward to many interesting conversations, many new contacts and to seeing our customers and familiar faces again. Please visit our homepage regularly for more information!

ForumBuilding site


Review of the Construction Site Forum 2018, April 25-26, 2018, Hilton Garden Inn, Vienna

Numerous conference participants from the construction industry gathered from 25.-April 26, 2018 at the “Construction Site Forum” at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vienna. There they devoted themselves to the topics of supply logistics, disposal and recycling. The focus of the first day of the conference was on the challenges of the construction industry in times of digital transformation of the construction site. Konstantin Krahtov, Managing Director of Open Experience GmbH, presented in his lecture “Building 4.0. - The digital transformation of the construction company “the focus on BIM and its impact on the construction company.

Here, he presented the conference participants with the digitization of the on-site inspection and also discussed the disruptive change. In the final discussion, there was no question that BIM can revolutionize the market. For sure is: For a disruptive change, you need these new approaches, new solutions and also the corresponding courage in order to be able to do business successfully in the future. However, this conference also clearly showed that the construction industry is ready for change and there is great interest in driving it forward. Many thanks to the organizers of this all-round successful event.

Starting shotdigiBau


Start of the digiBau project - the design phase has started

Open Experience GmbH initiated the digiBau project together with the AWA research group, which is part of the BMWi-Funding program `Central Innovation Program for SMEs ZIM´ is carried out. The aim of the "digiBau" project is the development of a modular and adaptable hard drive-software- System for the automatic acquisition of digital information in construction.

This system is to be implemented in such a way that, thanks to its module-based structure, it can be used on various carriers, for example on construction helmets or drones. The aim of the "digiBau" project is the development of a modular and adaptable hard drive-software- System for the automatic acquisition of digital information in construction.

The focus of the activities of Open Experience is mainly on the research and development of a software application that enables image processing, navigation and defect analysis and image- and sensor data to the user graphically. With the successful processing of the planned project, the Open Experience GmbH promises on the one hand a know-how-Growth in the areas of knowledge processing in connection with computer-learning processes, on the other hand an increase in technological competence through the algorithms for efficient image reconstruction and measurement.



Open Experience GmbH presents itself at BIM WORLD MUNICH from 28.-29th November 2017

BIM World MUNICH, the leading platform for Building Information Modeling in German-speaking countries, will take place on November 28 and 29, 2017 in the ICM International Congress Center Munich. Together with a two-day international specialist conference and open forums for all visitors, over 100 exhibitors at Germany's largest BIM trade fair present current topics relating to the digitization of the construction industry. Intelligent software solutions for the complete life cycle of buildings, virtual and augmented reality applications, communicating structures in networked cities, automated construction machines on construction sites- The BIM World MUNICH is an ideal platform and network opportunity to exchange ideas with experts from the entire value chain of the industries involved in construction projects about new technologies and innovations, to learn more about the processes and work with BIM and to help shape the future of the construction industry.

Take the opportunity and find out about the opportunities and possibilities that Open Experience in the field of BIM will offer you in the future.

We look forward to seeing you at our booth number 24.



Industry 4.0- Lecture event “Cloud-Technologies in the industrial environment "

On May 11, 2017, the event “Cloud Technologies for Production - Scalable Solutions from Individual Production to Large-Scale Series” took place by the State Network Mechatronics BW in cooperation with iT Engineering and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The numerous guests were shown practical examples from projects between universities and industry as well as collaborations with one another. The well-known speakers referred to the competitiveness and future security of a company with the help of intelligent production control. Open Experience GmbH presented experiences with SHAPE Experience and the latest developments based on Siemens MindSphere. Many thanks to the organizers of this all-round successful event!

industrial fairCeBIT


Review CeBIT 2017

Around 200,000 visitors were counted at the largest computer fair in the world. In the Vodafone Pavilion, Open Experience GmbH and KOMSA Kommunikation Sachsen AG successfully presented their products and the optimal control of industrial work processes based on the construction in the 'Digital construction site manager' sector for five days-Defect management shown. For us, CeBIT ended with numerous interesting discussions, impressions and ideas. After another successful trade fair appearance, we would like to thank all visitors to our stand, who let us look back on a successful week.

industrial fairEuroShop


EuroShop, 5-9 March 2017 Düsseldorf

The world's largest trade fair for retail investment needs, EuroShop 2017 in Düsseldorf, ended on March 9th after five days. Around 2,400 exhibitors from more than 60 countries presented their products and services to over 113,000 visitors from all over the world at the EuroShop trade fair. We would like to thank all interested parties who visited our booth E22 in hall 10. Thank you very much for the nice discussions and your interest in our offer, in our services and your trust. Once again it has been shown that personal contact is the basis for good cooperation, especially in order to successfully initiate and implement projects together. Look back a week.

BIM-capableDefect management


The increasingly widespread digitization of the construction industry is already taking an enormous amount of time for everyone involved-, Costs- and work quality benefits. The provision of current data and information is based on standardized models(BIM) the decisive point for the successful implementation of both internal and cross-company processes. The harmonious process on site on the construction site turned out to be particularly difficult, especially the interaction between 3D models and data management systems on mobile devices. There are IT-Concepts are required which at the same time enable simple, understandable but also quick and ergonomic mobile operation. The company Open Experience GmbH has these software-technical hurdles with the latest development of a BIM-capable defect management overcome. The new functionality will be presented for the first time at the Bau 2017 trade fair from January 16 to 21 in Munich. A simple 3D-Location of defects and other relevant points on the construction site, an assignment to the corresponding BIM-Objects, an automated classification according to the location structure and a bidirectional BIM-based communication with partners was implemented. The first pilot customers are confident that the new functionality can not only close gaps in the continuous, digital data transmission, but will also enable a qualitatively new, integrated way of working in the collection and distribution of information from construction operations.

industrial fairBUILDING


Successful appearance at BAU 2017 Open Experience GmbH was once again an exhibitor at BAU 2017 in Munich. Thank you very much for the great interest in our products, for the many nice conversations and the numerous visits to our stand. We were particularly pleased that many of our customers came by this year and took time for us. We were able to present news such as our CONSTRUCTION DIARY product on site and intensify personal contact. Thank you for the extremely positive feedback from the trade fair visitors and the users of our products, who made us aware of the need for the construction-Shows defect management and lets us continue on the path of digitization in construction with enthusiasm. Anyone who did not make it to Munich this year and still want to find out about the latest Open Experience developments are welcome to contact us at any time. We look forward to hearing from you, your questions and your feedback!

The serviceConstruction documentation


Efficient and professional workflow thanks to our construction documentation service

The new construction documentation service with Photo Experience is now available for iOS-Devices can be used fully integrated in online construction.

  • complete documentation of the construction site
  • Take photos in their original quality
  • Structuring of the recordings with labels
  • Gallery with search- and filter function
  • Identification with QR-Codes
  • Synchronization with the cloud
  • Offline operation

New partnerPMG


PMG and Open Experience agree partnership for development and sales

PMG Projektraum Management GmbH, a provider of intuitive document management-Solutions based on software-as-a-service-Base, includes a development- and sales partnership with Open Experience. The aim is to address new customers together and develop new products. The construction industry benefits from uniform management of project communication and construction progress.

Mike Riegler, CEO of PMG and Konstatin Krahtov, CEO of Open Experience signed the partnership agreement last week.

“The mobile online construction inspection from Open Experience is one of the most technically mature solutions for defect management in Germany. The product fits perfectly into our modular project room, ”explains Mike Riegler. “We look forward to working with Open Experience. In addition to the close links to research, Open Experience also brings in-depth knowledge of defect management and management of special requests to the partnership. "

"EProjectCare is the leading project room on the market and is characterized by intuitive operation, flexibility and speed," says Konstantin Krahtov. "We expect a successful cooperation with PMG, as we both orientate ourselves to the wishes of our customers during development."

Technical cooperation : The two clouds exchange through interfaces-Solutions information such as user profiles, authorizations, notifications of defects and construction plans. There is no annoying double entry of data. For example, the programs can automatically pre-fill information in forms and save users time with documentation. In the future, PMG and Open Experience also want to develop new products together.

Sales cooperation : First, PMG and Open Experience will jointly present the advantages of the integrated systems to their customers. The partners offer you the products at a preferential price. The two companies are also planning joint campaigns to address new customers.

Build in thegroup


Building in a group- Information portal

New houses and apartments are being built in BahnStadt, Bruchsal. Here you will find interactive options for assemblies-Get to know the project as well as a reservation function for the desired property.

Building together has meanwhile also become popular in Germany and has long since left the ideological corner of the socialist collectives and the endlessly grassroots democratic "cereal crunchers". With the examples: Freiburg-Vauban, Tübingen-French Quarter, Karlsruhe-Geroldsäcker can now also be found some prominent examples in Baden-Württemberg. The Dutch, Danes and Austrians have been practicing building groups for a long time as a living expression of citizen participation in modern urban development.

Building groups strengthen the social mix in neighborhoods in the long term and are equally interesting for low-wage earners, the "classic house builder" and wealthy builders. The combination of a high degree of creative freedom, identification with the quarter and a long-term interest in the location create innovation potential, which often becomes pioneers in urban development and has an impact on other quarters. The desire to live in your own four walls and no longer in uniform satellite towns in front of the gates of the core city with long journeys to the city can often be realized in an inner-city building group project in a much more individual and cost-effective way than with classic apartments-/ Buying a house or as a lone builder.

With the development concept "Wohnen am Saalbachpark" we are putting this idea into practice in the construction site 3 b North in the BahnStadt Bruchsal. An experienced team of architects and project developers is designing the new quarter at Saalbachpark together with interested clients. Based on the existing building plan and the specifications of the city of Bruchsal, we will work with you to develop your individual living concept, which you can implement both in the storey apartment adapted to your needs and in an individual townhouse.


industrial fairIMM


Furn @ Corp at IMM 2016

The Furn @ Corp project was presented at IMM 2016. Open Experience has two mobile apps to demonstrate the possibilities for feedback-Capture provided.

Use ofDrones


Detection of facades with drones

The planning- and execution phases of facade work on buildings require multiple, sometimes regular recording directly on the object. The resulting inspections usually require special technology(Lifting platforms or scaffolding) and are therefore costly. The use of drones, on the other hand, is a more cost-effective alternative for regularly inspecting facades.

Open Experience carried out a preliminary study in cooperation with Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences and Bifinger Hochbau with the aim of discovering the potential of automated facades-Analyze capture.

Research projectFurn @ Corp


Furn @ Corp - Feedback in the Furniture Industry

The FURNeCorp project is part of the “eStandards: Standardize business processes, ensure success ”, which is part of the funding focus“ Mittelstand-Digital - ICT-Applications in the economy ”from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy(BMWi) is promoted.

On the one hand, important results of the project are the introduction of industry-wide eBusiness-Standards for the master data classification in eCl @ ss and a feedback data exchange(IDM-Catalog data format, EPC/ EPCIS, GTIN) and on the other hand the development of methods and industry-wide process standards as ECR-Concept for the furniture industry. Four modules are developed on this basis: an integrated product- and process model, a feedback-management-System, a concept for in-house master data management without media discontinuity, as well as automation of the inner- as well as inter-company business processes.

These modules are integrated into a total solution by means of a service-oriented and event-driven architecture within the systems in trade, industry and the IWOfurn branch platform. It is both an extension of the existing B2B-Platforms as well as a methodical and system-technical extension within the IT-Systems and business processes of the dealers and manufacturers participating in eBusiness.

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Successful appearance at the Bau 2015 trade fair in Munich

Open Experience GmbH is exhibiting for the first time at the world trade fair for architecture, materials and systems "Bau 2015" in Munich. The focus was on the online construction acceptance service. Numerous visitors found out about the advantages of using online building inspection in their company.

We would like to thank all customers and interested parties who visited us at the fair.

building-Defect management


Version 2.0 of the online construction acceptance service was released with numerous new features and improvements:

  • multi-level location structure
  • several shots per defect
  • Extension of the filtration functionality
  • Search functionality
  • Grouping according to different criteria
  • Clear notification of several defects at the same time
  • Subcontractor access codes
  • "Internal" and "external" deficiencies
  • extended authorization levels
  • revised document generation
  • improved event-Handling
  • iPhone-support
  • more modern design



The automated sampling and processing of special requests is developing into a new dimension. Based on the construction phases, the dates for completing parts of the sampling can be set. The dates are linked to the construction phases and can be set individually for each construction area, for example for electrical planning or specifying the buyer's special requests. This ensures that buyers have as much time as possible for sampling.

Notifications are sent regularly via E-Mail sent so that the buyer does not lose track of the steps ahead. For this purpose, E-Mail-Templates are used so that the administration effort for the project manager remains as low as possible.

So E-Mail-Notifications about upcoming appointments are sent fully automatically. If the sampling is not completed by the specified date, the missing units can even be completed automatically using a predefined configuration.

The buyers receive transparent information about the sampling status. Corresponding information is displayed on the start page for this purpose.

Furthermore, to avoid execution errors, the sampling results per room are available in a PDF that can be called up at any time-Document summarized.



No more clutter on the construction site

The new "instant message" function from "onlineBauabname" makes it possible

The "instant message" function was implemented to notify subcontractors and partners about urgent matters on the construction site. It can be used immediately by all users at no additional cost. A safety deficiency or garbage is discovered on the construction site. The site manager or foreman takes a photo of it in a few simple steps and adds handwritten annotations to the picture. A corresponding E-Mail with a legally binding document sent to the responsible company.

Fit forMajor construction projects


The "online construction acceptance" service is now ready for large-scale construction projects

In order to meet current inquiries, the "online construction acceptance" service has been thoroughly revised and adapted for use in large-scale construction projects. The most important functions that have been newly implemented are the detection of defects in the "offline"-Mode and the management of up to several thousand defects during their entire life cycle. This further development makes the use of the online building acceptance service useful for almost all building projects beyond residential construction.

building-Defect management


The “online sampling” service with a customer-friendly configuration interface

For the first time it is possible that the complex configuration of the sampling and special requests for housing projects is carried out solely by the responsible site managers. A configuration interface offers the option of entering all relevant data and information via a website.

Tabular entries can be prepared as usual in a spreadsheet program such as MS Excel and then uploaded to the "online sampling" service. Alternatively, the data can of course also be entered directly via the user interface.

If data is accidentally lost, the versioning functionality is available to users. Any previous version can be restored with a click of the mouse.

A complex verification mechanism ensures that the data entered correspond to the internal software logic. Understandable messages are generated in the event of inconsistencies.

Small support mechanisms are particularly time-saving: Images are assigned automatically, previews are generated and the floor plans can be conveniently edited graphically. Floor plans are integrated into the system in one go.

building-Defect management


Entry into the mobile world - online

The handover of apartments involves one or more on-site inspections with the participation of the owner, site manager, appraiser and client. Often many deficiencies are identified that the responsible subcontractors have to correct in the shortest possible time. The documentation of the identified defects is usually laboriously on paper. They are subsequently typed in for further digital processing and the photos taken are assigned manually. This process is error-prone and time-consuming.

Open Experience saw optimization potential here and developed a mobile web application together with partners from the construction industry, with the help of which defects can be quickly identified on site. The deficiencies are recorded as text with a self-learning suggestion generator. A photo taken on site or a section of the floor plan is attached. These can be conveniently provided with annotations. Subcontractors or third parties can find the defects independently.

The documented defects are automatically recorded in the relevant documentation as a log, request for improvement, etc., which could be sent directly as an email via the mobile device, if necessary. Since the service was implemented with web technologies, all common mobile devices can be used.

The use of the "online construction acceptance" service for the acceptance process results in considerable advantages and improvements. The necessary work steps are accelerated, some can even be omitted, such as the subsequent assignment of the subcontractors to the defects. The administrative effort was reduced by the high degree of automation and possible errors are avoided. In summary, the acceptance processes are designed professionally with the help of the "online construction acceptance" service.



online sampling starts with one of the most representative construction projects in Karlsruhe

The 180 meter long building on the Ludwig-Erhard-Avenue 8-14 is divided into four house units. Shops and restaurants can be found on the ground floor, above it are high-quality offices on the 1st floor, and comfortable condominiums on the other upper floors of houses A, B, C and D. From the apartments you can enjoy the wonderful view of the Esplanade and the green City Park or over the boulevard of the city.

The 180 meter long building on the Ludwig-Erhard-Avenue 8-14 is divided into four house units. Shops and restaurants can be found on the ground floor, above it are high-quality offices on the 1st floor, and comfortable condominiums on the other upper floors of houses A, B, C and D. From the apartments you can enjoy the wonderful view of the Esplanade and the green City Park or over the boulevard of the city.

The “Parkarkaden” working group has decided to support the owner management team for the services of Open Experience GmbH and uses the “online sampling” service to the full.



The sampling of the following building projects has started:

Apartment buildings, Karlsruhe Kirchfeld-North

Residential units: 24, completion: 2012

Executing construction company: Bilfinger Berger Hochbau GmbH

Client: VOLKSWOHNUNG GmbH, Karlsruhe

architect: Ackermann & Raff, Architects, Urban Planners BDA

Upper East Karlsruhe

Residential units: 142, completion: 2012

Executing construction company: ARGE Upper East(Ed. Züblin AG, Bilfinger Berger Hochbau GmbH and Heberger Bau GmbH)

Client: Building cooperative Familienheim Karlsruhe eG

architect: archis Architects + Engineers GmbH, Karlsruhe

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