Reform business operations at construction and work sites by data linkage
At construction sites, it is important to manage the arrival of parts and the progress of construction, but having on-site workers constantly inputting data creates a signiﬁcant burden.
JFE Engineering is therefore using electronic tags (RFID) to make on-site operations and management more efﬁcient. Electronic tags are attached to parts shipped from steelworks and linked to 3D design data. An electronic tag reader is used on-site to manage the arrival of parts.
As construction progresses, the electronic tag is removed when the part is attached, then simply put into a trash container equipped with a reader function. This process makes it possible to manage parts, construction, and progress without placing a burden on on-site workers.
For unmanned operation of environmental plants
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Automatic AI-based Inspection of Bridge Reinforcement
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Detecting signs of operational failure at biomass energy plants
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Dam Optimal Operation System
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Optimizing plant operations using digital twin
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Bolt tightness inspection system using AI image recognition technology
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Development of a new expansion scaffold for boiler maintenance
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Development of construction robots for plant construction sites
JFE Engineering, Okaya & Co., Ltd., and AKTIO Corporation have jointly developed three models of construction robot for use on plant construction sites...View More