Year: 2023 | Promoters: MINISTERIO DE INDUSTRIA, COMERCIO Y TURISMO / PLAN DE RECUPERACIÓN, TRANSFORMACIÓN Y RESILIENCIA / NEXT GENERATION EU
Firms: BIM6D / Smartech Cluster / Cactus IoT / IAAC / Parc Tauli – I3PT / Catalonia BIO & Health Tech
The REMOTE DIMENSION project proposes an ecosystem of digital services and solutions to facilitate technical inspections of buildings and infrastructures, facilitate the integration of new generation technologies that allow the automation of maintenance work for issues, reviews, work orders, approvals and collaborative work flows in on-site and remote inspection.
Real-time positioning of the operators who carry out the inspections, as well as the equipment to be managed, the integration of the inspections in a mobile application, augmented reality technology, and the integration of all results in a DigitalTwin platform (POWERBIM) on the web with BIM environments and point clouds from the digitization of assets.
Once the inspections of the operators are automated, it is intended to use unmanned vehicles, in this case a Rover, to reproduce the route and the main actions carried out by the operator, just to automate repetitive tasks for maintenance inspections.
To carry out automated remote inspections we implement POWERBIM digitaltwin platform combined with the use of mobile devices, augmented reality, IoT sensors, scanners, rovers, to carry out these inspections. This combination of cyber-physical technologies will involve the use of a digitaltwin ecosystem for remote and automated inspection of building or infrastructure assets.
The project consists of two phases:
In PHASE 1 we propose a digitaltwin ecosystem for the remote and automated inspection of assets and infrastructures, in PHASE 2 we propose the use of artificial intelligence systems on that ecosystem, as well as the use of other autonomous inspection technologies such as the use of drones, to evaluate other remote inspection options that can reach locations and systems that are difficult to access, in addition to the design and implementation of augmented reality glasses.
PHASE 2 of the REMOTE DIMENSION project proposes, beyond a continuity of development work to digitize the technical inspection processes of buildings for maintenance of equipment and systems, its evolution to achieve maximum automation of the inspection processes, so that we can generate automated incidents based on processes that we will already implement in PHASE 1.