SEOUL, Nov. 10 (Korea Bizwire) — Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., a major builder in South Korea, said Tuesday that it had developed an automatic monitoring system to manage the status of temporary structures and ground conditions at construction sites in real-time to prevent collapses.
Currently, temporary structures at construction sites go through manual instrumentation twice a week, requiring a separate analysis procedure to decide upon possible defects.
This method causes delays that make it difficult to anticipate risks and respond immediately when there are issues.
As part of efforts to root out the problems, Hyundai E&C developed a smart automatic instrumentation and monitoring systemthat uses a cloud-based program and automatic instrumentation sensors set up at construction sites to monitor the stability of temporary structures in real-time and prevent accidents.
The system is synced to the company’s Internet of Things (IoT) Safety System to exchange real-time data and conduct data analysis and organization automatically.
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