A practical business case in infrastructure
Owning, managing, maintaining or building large commercial real estate demands consistency between reality and planning.
Asset management in professional real estate currently requires a huge amount of human resources, systems, planning and services.
At construction sites approximately one third of the time is spent on transports, rearrangements, downtimes and the search for materials. Around 90% of megaprojects are significantly delayed, over budget or display other deviations from planning. All of these factors cause unnecessary costs for the companies involved in the construction process.
Digital inspectors can increase efficiency throughout the entire value chain – from the production of building materials to the design, planning and construction phase itself.
Digital inspectors on the edge automatically assess every visible asset via images, video, underground radar, point cloud, lidar, and heatmaps. They automatically recognize and classify deviations from plans and regulations, defects, and changes which trigger an immediate action based on logical next best action rules.
Digital inspectors running on BrainMatter seamlessly connect to asset management systems such as IBM Maximo for a fully automated inflow of trouble tickets, resulting in resolutions that solve problems before they’re even noticed.
As one of the world’s leading digital airports, Schiphol is looking to increase its level of customer satisfaction through process optimization. Schiphol presented us with the following goals:
Road inspections are very labor-intensive and time-consuming tasks.