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The Growing Potential of IoT for Construction Safety

Construction Tech Review | Monday, August 22, 2022

Construction projects encounter several safety challenges in the modern world. Safety should always be a top priority, whether it is a commercial construction site, a public infrastructure project, or a home development.

FREMONT, CA: Despite the numerous safety safeguards developed, construction sites have always been hazardous. To guarantee that the number of accidents decreases over time, construction companies must continuously improve the safety procedures on their sites.

However, as the frequency has not decreased significantly despite the implementation of numerous safety measures, businesses must comprehend the gravity of the situation to ensure they implement the necessary safety precautions. With the expectation that this guide will prove helpful, let's go into why safety is crucial and how to implement it on a building site. The construction sector is currently undergoing significant changes that will enhance productivity, safety, process optimization, and the introduction of new instruments. The Internet of Things (IoT) in civil engineering contemplates the introduction of basic, low-control sensors that can successfully communicate data at a low cost.

As IoT solutions for the construction industry become more pervasive, they significantly impact how the industry pivots. IoT enables each participant to appreciate what occurs at every stage of the real-time development process, from planning to positive development, post-development, and structure administration.

There are numerous compelling reasons construction organizations should consider using IoT technology and digitization. Data and information have become a company's most valuable asset; hence, only data-driven decisions should be considered.

Safety and security are two of the most challenging issues on a building site. Theft of materials or objects can be easily remedied with IoT-enabled tags, as these sensors will provide the present position of the stolen goods or things. No longer is it necessary to dispatch a human worker to conduct a comprehensive inspection. IoT enables the construction of a digital, real-time map of the working site, replete with updated dangers linked with the activity, and informs every worker when they approach a risk or enter a hazardous area.

The Internet of Things enables the tracking of distress signals, including abnormal pulse rates, elevations, and user position. Not only will IoT technology protect personnel from dangerous situations, but it will also be able to detect such scenarios before or as they arise. Using real-time IoT data, workers may be more proactive about obstacles on the job site and avoid situations that could lead to a safety incident and time loss. As a result of handling equipment and machinery for an extended period, workers may become fatigued, impairing their ability to concentrate and be productive.

Using real-time tracking and cloud-based data sets, construction companies can deter theft, boost productivity, and

keep costs under control. Drones can acquire accurate survey maps and overhead photographs of a job site and remotely monitor project progress, saving time and money. Aerial images can also give project managers a unique perspective on the project, helping them to identify potential problems that may not be seen from the ground.

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