Optimum resource management on large-scale construction sites
Efficiency is an ever more important aspect of sustainable construction.
The countless manual procedures of the many involved need to be coordinated. Frictional losses, theft, construction stoppages, etc. can bring a project to its knees. 40 percent of all major construction projects exceed their projected time frame and costs. Theft from construction sites incurs damage to the amount of EUR 70 million per year. The Connected Things Integrator interconnects construction equipment, machines, vehicles and the operational activities of all parties involved in the building project. It is also suitable for use in many other industries, e.g., aviation, agriculture, health, automotive.
Trends & drivers
T-Systems integrates market participants, processes and systems into the interconnected construction site
M2M, cloud platforms, networks and big data technologies facilitate the digitization of construction site ecosystems. Incidents such as theft, information interruptions and construction stoppages can bring projects to their knees.
Cost reductions through the optimization of resource availability and avoidance of damage resulting from theft and loss. Quality and punctuality through adherence to the agreed schedule and delivery agreements. Improved flow of information through central data storage and provision of the right information at the right time.
The Connected Things Integrator interconnects construction equipment, machines, vehicles and the operational activities of all parties involved in the building project
Collection and evaluation in the secure Telekom cloud of status data sent via radio
Data are provided to all parties electronically
Added value services such as predictive analyses for, e.g. for risks and maintenance