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Modern machines and equipment are increasingly incorporating various sensors to aid in the overall function and operation of complicated and expensive machinery. These sensors can monitor a wide range of construction-related conditions, including temperature, engine condition, and material application.
Fremont, CA: People have been building shelters and structures for millennia, making construction one of the oldest professions. However, the industry has evolved significantly in terms of how structures are designed, planned, and built. Technology has been used in the construction industry for decades to make jobs more efficient and construction projects and structures safer.
In recent years, construction firms have increasingly begun to use artificial intelligence (AI) in a variety of ways to make construction more efficient and innovative. AI in the construction industry is already proving its worth, from optimizing work schedules to improving workplace safety to keeping a secure eye on construction facilities.
Increasing Safety with Advanced Data Intelligence
Modern machines and equipment are increasingly incorporating various sensors to aid in the overall function and operation of complicated and expensive machinery. These sensors can monitor a wide range of construction-related conditions, including temperature, engine condition, and material application. These various sensor tools are being used in conjunction with AI to intelligently monitor construction sites. These tools can analyze data in real-time and predict delays, problems, or malfunctions with a high degree of certainty. This type of proactive maintenance can help to avoid costly delays and downtime.
Construction is fraught with danger. The site contains a number of potential hazards, ranging from dangerous structures to moving equipment that could endanger humans. AI is also assisting in the improvement of overall job site safety. Construction sites are increasingly being outfitted with cameras, IoT devices, and sensors that monitor various aspects of construction operations. AI-enabled systems can monitor what is going on around them 24 hours a day, seven days a week, without being distracted. AI systems are capable of detecting unsafe behavior and alerting the construction team to potential hazards using facial recognition and object recognition technology. This not only reduces liability but can also save lives and increase efficiency.