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Our 3D Matterport Camera.

4/20/2021 (Permalink)

matterport camera Our New Matterport Camera

Continuing to strive to improve our service, SERVPRO of Minot recently purchased a 3D Matterport camera. This new technology will provide property owners and insurance companies with incredibly accurate measurements and 3D images for all property losses while we work to restore the damaged property. 

Using Matterport, we are going to have accurate, updatable documentation throughout the entirety of the job duration. From our initial inspection until final walk through.

This will ensure the most comprehensive preloss asset documentation and risk management with the digital twin that allows for more informed and accurate underwriting practices.

  • Unbeatable documentation accuracy for higher quality assessments.
  • Add policy, work approvals, and claims notes directly into the 3D model.
  • Complete detailed measurements of affected area with 3D imaging to ensure quality. 

With 3D models, timelines for completing jobs will decrease exponentially. This will allow quicker communication between the property owner, their Insurance company and us here at SERVPRO of Minot. Allowing for the work to be done quicker, better, and with everyone on the same page. 

Along with the 3D images model, Matterport also can create an accurate floor plan sketch. This sketch can then be uploaded to Xactimate® to send out estimates with all the information needed right in the sketch and models. This will speed up time for claims to be paid out and job losses to be processed. 


 SERVPRO of Minot is excited to begin training on Matterport programs and systems. We expect to begin implementing Matterport in our work later this month and look forward to using it to help our North Dakota communities recover from whatever disaster they may experience.

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