Smart boots: Smart boots can detect workers at risk of a collision with nearby construction vehicles equipped with sensors by walking.
Smart hard hat: By sensing brainwaves, smart hard hats can detect “microsleeps,” which put workers at risk of injury.
Power gloves: When worn on a worker’s hands, power gloves increase dexterity and strength, helping reduce overuse injuries.
Robots & Drones
Collaborative Robots: Collaborative robots can be used on a job site to ease the burden on a human companion by carrying tools or equipment, for example.
Topographic Maps Drone: During the pre-construction phase, aerial drones survey large amounts of land, reducing mapping costs by as much as 95%.
3 Benefits of Artificial Intelligence
Improved safety: Machine learning processes, software can analyze job site photos and identify risks and safety violations.
Decreased costs: Machine learning software can identify inefficiencies and propose more effective timelines.
Better design: Machine learning software can improve building design.