AI

To achieve intelligent automation, integration of machine learning principles is key. This allows for the efficient exchange and interpretation of data to determine the entire lifecycle of the construction process.

Robotic Equipment

On-site deployment of robotic equipment provides the industry with a new labour resource. The advantages are multiple, from improving health & safety, to optimising the financial performance of the investment.

5D BIM

5D models enable the smart linking of 3D CAD components with cost and schedule information, providing stakeholders control over the project delivery timeline, including scheduling of resources and quantities.

Focus

Digital construction

Intelligent machines are rapidly changing the way our society works, including how we design, build, manage and inhabit the built environment. Technological advances in BIM, AI, AR & VR as well as the constant development of new software, machinery and equipment are clear indicators of the disruption affecting all aspects of the construction process.

“We are getting much closer to a world where structures can be built completely automated and unmanned.” - Forbes

Acknowledgement

Industry 4.0

The fourth industrial revolution is here and the global construction industry faces radical transformation. As self driving cars are accepted to be the future standard in personal transportation, the same level of autonomy and technological sophistication should also be anticipated by the construction industry.

Technology Integration

  • BIM

    Building Information Modelling (BIM) is much more than 3D modelling. It is a business process facilitating the exchange and interoperability of information.

  • Machine learning

    A.I. is key in analysing, interpreting and integrating the vast amount of data extracted from BIM models, sensors and equipment.

  • Cloud robotics

    Offloading computational requirements of the robotic equipment to a cloud system granting individual robots access to network-wide resources.

  • Cost & time scheduling

    Consolidating the BIM model with estimations, schedules and costs, including automation of Bills of Quantities, productivity rates and labour costs.

  • Concrete 3D printing

    The most used construction material in the world. Speeding up construction, lowering labor costs, increasing accuracy and complexity, while reducing waste.

  • Robotic bricklaying

    Automating core construction activities facilitating the execution of masonry structures with increased productivity and lower costs.

  • UAV

    Site surveying reinvented. The on-site deployment of UAVs provides stakeholders an extra layer of project monitoring & control during execution.

  • AR/VR

    Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technologies benefit the entire construction process, from design all the way through to execution and auditing.

  • BIM

    Building Information Modelling (BIM) is much more than 3D modelling. It is a business process facilitating the exchange and interoperability of information.

  • Machine learning

    A.I. is key in analysing, interpreting and integrating the vast amount of data extracted from BIM models, sensors and equipment.

  • Cloud robotics

    Offloading computational requirements of the robotic equipment to a cloud system granting individual robots access to network-wide resources.

  • Sensors

    A wide array of sensors can now be used by the construction industry to enable the delivery of an unparalleled level of asset management.

  • Concrete 3D printing

    The most used construction material in the world. Speeding up construction, lowering labor costs, increasing accuracy and complexity, while reducing waste.

  • Robotic bricklaying

    Automating core construction activities facilitating the execution of masonry structures with increased productivity and lower costs.

  • UAV

    Site surveying reinvented. The on-site deployment of UAVs provides stakeholders an extra layer of project monitoring & control during execution.

  • AR/VR

    Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality technologies benefit the entire construction process, from design all the way through to execution and auditing.

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AI

Virtual builds

Simulations of the build process enables the A.I. to identify potential problem areas and assist by developing alternative efficient solutions.

Assisted scheduling

Scheduling of activities by comparing the vast amount of data against the BIM model and information from previous similar projects.

Intelligent robotics

Data collected by sensors and cameras mounted on the robots is interpreted by the A.I. providing the equipment with autonomous corrective action capabilities.

Post construction

Asset management 2.0. From safeguarding the structural integrity to controlling the electrical, ventilation and mechanical components of the building.

“The volume of construction output is expected to grow to
$15.5 trillion worldwide by 2030.” - PwC

AR/VR

Design

Presenting designs in an immersive manner to stakeholders throughout project delivery significantly increases efficiency.

On-site

Technological benefits for on-site activities are vast: improving health & safety standards, increasing productivity and project monitoring & control.

Training

Challenging high-risk activities can be safely rehearsed in a VR simulated environment, increasing proficiency and health & safety standards.

Audit

Comparing the as-built structure against the BIM model permits an interactive method of identifying and flagging execution inconsistencies and errors.

“Rapid progress in robotics will soon make collaboration between humans and machines an everyday reality.”- Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum

Robotic equipment

Concrete 3D printing

Custom concrete structures can now be delivered at a fraction of the previously associated cost whilst minimising waste.

Robotic bricklaying

Current robotic bricklaying equipment delivers up to 500% rate of efficiency compared to that of an average human counterpart.

Robotic welding

Traditional fabrication methods and labour can amount to 55% of the total costs associated with the construction of steel structures. This can change.

“While technology is important, it's what we do with it that truly matters!” - Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize laureate

UAV's

Site surveying

Providing management a fast and efficient way of evaluating site conditions and on-site progress.

AR merger

Overlayed AR projections of the BIM model provide higher accuracy in progress assessments and activity planning.

Health & safety

Remote monitoring of high-risk activities and inspection of temporary works (i.e. scaffolding).

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