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PolyWorks|DataLoop™ is the next-generation data management solution that allows enterprisewide sharing of 3D measurement data and results, contributing to the digital transformation of your organization. It provides a digital collaboration platform that facilitates teamwork by interconnecting all team members that capture or need access to 3D measurement information.

Robust 3D Measurement Data Management

PolyWorks|DataLoop is a scalable data management solution that allows you to optimally handle the vast amount of data produced by your 3D measurement activities by managing your inspection projects, their revisions, and 3D measurement data.

Data Access Made Easy

Find an inspection project by entering a part number. Retrieve the 3D measurement data of a defective piece from its serial number. It’s now that easy. The days where you had to browse for a file or folder on a local or network disk are now gone. Welcome to the new world of PolyWorks|DataLoop, where you search for meaningful content.

Digital Connectivity that Boosts Teamwork Efficiency

PolyWorks|DataLoop profoundly transforms the processes and human interactions of the teams that capture or need access to 3D measurement data, thanks to its multiplatform flexible digital framework, digital communication tools, and concurrent access capabilities that allow teams to review, edit, and measure one

Actionable Data to Master Your Manufacturing Processes

Thanks to its real-time reactivity, you can leverage PolyWorks|DataLoop to monitor your production’s dimensional trends and statistics and resolve manufacturing issues as soon as they occur.

Enterprise Solution Compliant with Your IT Team Requirements 

PolyWorks|DataLoop offers all the functionalities that your IT team expects from a professional data management solution, to ensure a smooth integration within your enterprise processes. 

To use PolyWorks|DataLoop, a network infrastructure must be set up with potentially multiple servers. The number of servers and their configurations depend on the number of users that are expected to interact with the servers.