Wates Residential is using helmet cameras to monitor work on the Park East housing estate redevelopment in Erith, London.
Footage will be used to monitor onsite construction and analysed using Buildots, an artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
The technology serves as an automated quality control, spotting potential problems that might otherwise be overlooked.
According to Buildots, it enables Wates to see all facets and details of Park East in a single location, ensuring that working documents such as the fit-out matrix and key date schedules can be trusted by all.
The platform also allows the planning team to understand the reality of what is happening and helps the commercial team with handling applications of payment – without having to visit the site.
Roy Danon, Buildots chief executive and co-founder, said: “Managing tens of thousands of details can be a complex task in projects like Park East and our platform ensures any issues are dealt with in a timely and cost-effective manner.
“Buildots provides visual documentation of site activities, fault identification, monitoring of schedules, and even advance notice of expected delays to ensure the highest levels of productivity and efficiency are always maintained.”
Glen Roberts, Wates Residential operations director, said: “The Wates Group prides itself for being on top of new technologies and innovation and working with Buildots is very much in that spirit.
“Buildots provides an incredibly honest and detailed picture of a work site so the work that needs to get done, gets done. And it does this behind-the-scenes, without my needing to walk the site with schedules or spreadsheets.”
Image credit: Buildots
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