Management, Control, Security
Monitor a site using an optimized planning saves time, money and energy. Generating and updating bi-tridimensional models can be documented progress and detect irregularities. Today the state of construction is documented without a systematic method and assessments that determine the correspondence between reality and work plan. Kim proposes a regularly recording system for the advancement of a construction site, with the help of cameras installed permanently, with aerial images captured by remote-controlled aircraft from different angles and with the aid of sensors available today from multispectral to thermal. A 3D model time is generated with data collected and semantically evaluated by comparing it with the plan of the work, making possible the detection of significant deviations. The post-processing allows to overlay exactly work plans on captured images distinguishing permanent structures and what is construction equipment such as cranes and trucks. The building owners can continuously adapt their planning to current needs. Make a place visible that is normally closed to the public, is a perfect operation allowing communication in every corner of the world to see the evolution of the site. The images can be viewed on a website, transmitted via streaming real-time to private users. This type of operation as well as showing the technological advancement, the progress of construction sites and the approach on a date which is the closing work can also be understood as a plan of transparency for investors, government etc. The shots can be made during the hour break on the yard so they can operate safely.