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Construction site planning in photorealistic 3D

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Coordinator SPOTSCALE AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 265 000
Project duration March 2017 - October 2017
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The goal was to develop a new and easy-to-use tool for creating photo-realistic APD plans in 3D, with input from several players in the construction industry. We believe the goal is accomplished. The tool is in place and has received positive reviews. We will also continue working with some of the companies that have participated in the project to further develop the tool and implement it in their projects.

Expected effects and result

In business terms, we are pleased with the result, we have an ongoing dialogue with several companies that participated and gave input to the application about continued collaboration. As regards the purpose of creating more secure workplaces through the application, this needs to be tested in many projects to prove that the product has this effect, but in interviews with industry experts confirmed that it is reasonable to believe that the tool can have this effect.

Planned approach and implementation

The project has been implemented according to plan with some changes. Since a road construction company, participated in the project, road signs and road markings have been included. One of the participating construction companies did not provided feedback on the tool as planned, instead, a real estate company, has given its input, as well as an equipment rental who are in the business of renting out the equipment required at workplaces and has extensive expertise in workplace safety has participated in the evaluation.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2017-01922

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