Viewing posts from : June 2017

Smarter inspections – from paper to technology

Gone are the days of waiting at a corner of a street with a pen and a paper clicking a counter, recording the count of cars that are using a particular junction. No today’s technology counts the cars automatically using number plate recognition and RFID tags. While there have been advances, today, building inspections happen with less smart technologies. Some organisations still use paper/Excel based systems which are a nightmare to use.

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Predictive analysis of building deterioration

It is known that there is a significant investment gets allocated to the development of buildings today and the cost of maintaining of those assets over their lifecycle needs to be monitored with care so that the initial budget estimates for the maintenance of these assets are not underestimated.

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