MissionOS integrates sensor monitoring, construction data and BIM information within a real-time environment to enable engineers to quickly analyse data with a minimum of processing for demolition, construction or post construction phases.
As designs for taller and more architecturally ambitious towers & structures grow, so does the challenge on conventional construction techniques.
Constructors now have to take into account ambient movements due to temperature and wind as well as the complex interaction of dynamic and static movements as the structure comes under temporary and permanent loads.
Real time instrumentation is now commonly adopted to extend conventional surveying to monitor performance and adjust the construction stage to stage. Whilst this is possible using conventional techniques it is labour intensive and prone to human error. Enter MissionOS. Not only can MissionOS handle all the processing in real time and present reports it can also provide predictive tools based on construction progress and calculate derived parameters.
Since MissionOS also tracks the production progress, quality and performance for each structural element such as pile, column or beam, from bottom to top architects and engineers can finally have a one stop shop for all the project data.
The shift reporting module with cycle tracking is helpful to ensure the progress and quality aligns with expectation and prediction during the construction process. MissionOS is also BIM ready & provides a readily accessible online environment for 3D Structural Health Monitoring and Analysis.
Key Capabilities Include:
Real time display of readings for any type of sensor.
Collect the data from sensors automatically and remotely.
Create,send and archive the reports by using a system scheduler automatically.
Auto SMS, E-mail, or AAA alarms - responses logged via web log
Generation of an Interpretative Monitoring Report (IMR) that identifies instrumentation data trends and the construction works that may have caused such trend.
Y1Y2 Plots that display Instrumentation Data (maximum of two instrument types) against Construction Activities, which will provide information of instrument data trends and the specific activity that caused it.
Gaussian Curve generation along Tunnel Excavation works
Too often, rich information is produced in Excavation works that forever remains buried in static reports. MissionOS can dynamically integrate many information sources so that stake holders across different locales are presented with up to date information on which to base their decisions.
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