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AI that scans a construction site can spot when things are falling behind

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The system uses a GoPro camera mounted on top of a hardhat.

The AI also uses the video feed to track where the camera is in the building to within a few centimeters so that it can identify the exact location of the objects in each frame.

The system can track the status of around 150,000 objects several times a week, says Danon.

Site inspections are slow and tedious, says Sophie Morris at Buildots, a civil engineer who used to work in construction before joining the company.

He says his firm is now planning to roll out the Buildots system at other sites.

Comparing the complete status of a project with its digital plan several times a week, has also made a big difference during Covid-19.


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