Updated on 09/03/2021


Present on exhibition Construction Days 2021
From 14 to September 16, 2021


58, avenue de Wagram
75008 PARIS

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Company details


PlanRadar is a platform and device-independent, cloud-based SaaS solution (Software as a Service) that helps construction and real estate teams to increase quality, cut project costs and realise work faster.
Via a web application for all browsers and by means of apps for all smartphones and tablets (iOS, Android, Windows), users can capture, document, communicate and track any type of information using digital plans and BIM models. By digitizing workflows, PlanRadar reduces the frequency of errors, saves time for all parties involved and realises enormous efficiency gains: the training- and maintenance-free application enables cost savings of up to 70 percent and users can reduce time spent on work done with PlanRadar by up to seven hours per week. Headquartered in Vienna, PlanRadar now has more than 13,000 customers from 55 different countries.


Press release (3)

PlanRadar on its way from Soonicorn to Unicorn

04 | 06 | 2021

- Successful kick off in key markets including Russia, Poland, France, Spain and Italy
- Licensing revenue currently in the tens of millions with over 10.000 customers
- Number of PlanRadar users will exceed 100,000 in Q1 of 2021
- Leading global analytics and data company for tech start-ups has rated PlanRadar as a  'Soonicorn' with potential for $1 billion enterprise value

PlanRadar associated with the construction of the highest tower in Europe, Varso Place, in the heart of Warsaw (Poland)

08 | 23 | 2021

PlanRadar, a cloud-based solution for digitising construction and real estate projects, is supporting the construction of the tallest building ever built in the European Union, Varso Place, in the Polish capital.

Adoption and use of BIM: Where does France stand in relation to its European neighbours?

07 | 12 | 2021

 In 2013, France was at the bottom of the European ranking of countries that had adopted BIM (Building Information Modeling)*.
Eight years later, the latest data shows that the use of BIM has accelerated significantly in France and is now integrated into more than 35% of real estate projects and more than 50% of construction projects, particularly among the largest builders in the market. Although the trend is upwards, this is not enough for France to reach the level of BIM adoption of its European neighbours such as the UK (73%) and Germany (70%). This is what the PlanRadar 2021 survey reveals.
BIM adoption: Germany on track to overtake the UK