NDIS uses a proprietary API platform to integrate with the following industry leading platforms:  



Our partnership with Procore enables users to easily send photographs, complete with time, date, location, and other important data, to their project management software in order to rapidly resolve RFIs and other processes.


Through a highly customizable integration, users can quickly export NDIS-captured imagery to create and update critical Aconex Mail types and Document records, including RFIs, Quality, Observations, Drawings, Submittals, Schedules and more.


Project stakeholders can leverage NDIS's inspection-grade visual documentation within e-Builder® to validate RFIs, change orders, inspections, payment validations, claims mitigation, and more.


Bluebeam® Studio Prime users can push NDIS's images and image-linked floorplans directly into Bluebeam Files for a permanent and indisputable as-built record that can be used by construction stakeholders from kickoff to facilities management. Users can even use the image-linked floorplans to create a NDIS layer on existing floorplans.


NDIS's integration allows mutual clients to export critical milestone and progress photos directly from NDIS into PlanGrid Documents. The inspection-grade images can then be linked to the floorplans within PlanGrid for quick reference. Additionally, users can export entire floorplans from NDIS, along with hyperlinks to each of the images captured from within each area of their project.


BIM 360™Docs users can instantly push NDIS's high-resolution images, or image-linked floorplans, into an organized NDIS folder within the BIM 360™Docs Project Files areas to assist in construction management workflows and validate as-built conditions.


Autodesk® Revit® integration provides a seamless link to NDIS-captured visual documentation from integrated BIM models so users can instantly compare as-built and modeled conditions in moments.


Navisworks® users can navigate through their NDIS-linked 3D models to review the corresponding as-built images and compare them side-by-side to modeled conditions.