Real-Time Construction Monitoring of Osijek Treatment Plant (UAV)

One crucial aspect of the construction process is the supervision of the work to ensure that it meets the required standards and timelines. In the past, this often involved physical visits to the construction site by supervisors and stakeholders, which could be time-consuming and expensive.

Real-time construction monitoring of Osijek treatment plant with UAV technology allowed for accurate and up-to-date information to be accessed by stakeholders, enabling quick decision-making and efficient management.

A new approach to construction supervision has emerged in recent years that allows investors and all stakeholders to have a complete insight into the situation on the ground at any moment, in real time, without the need for physical visits.

This approach involves the use of a digital model that is measurable and georeferenced, and all details are clearly visible and can be accessed at any time.

This approach was recently implemented during the construction of the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Osijek, where the monitoring of works on the construction site included recording and monitoring the situation from the air and creating a 3D model, also known as a digital twin, at certain time intervals.

Optimizing Efficiency and Improving Decision-Making for Stakeholders

This digital twin allowed for real-time monitoring of the progress of the construction project, enabling stakeholders to identify any issues or potential delays early on and take appropriate actions quickly.

The benefits of this approach to construction supervision are numerous.

For one, it enables better decisions to be made, as stakeholders have access to up-to-date information about the project’s status and can make informed decisions based on that information.

Additionally, appropriate actions can be taken more quickly, as any issues can be identified and addressed in real-time.

Finally, the approach optimizes the efficiency of operational management, allowing resources to be allocated more effectively and ensuring that the project is completed on time and within budget.

In conclusion, the use of a digital model for construction supervision represents a significant improvement over traditional approaches to asset monitoring.

By providing real-time information about the project’s status, stakeholders can make better decisions, take appropriate actions more quickly, and optimize the efficiency of operational management.

As such, this approach is likely to become increasingly popular in the construction industry in the years ahead, as it offers numerous benefits for investors and all stakeholders involved in construction projects.

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