For about 10 years, construction site monitoring has been undergoing a major change from manual to automatic measurements, i.e. construction site monitoring.
In construction site monitoring, the progress of a construction site is monitored and recorded. The main task is to ensure that all the gears mesh on the construction site, thus avoiding standstill. After all, downtime means construction delays and thus rising costs.
The tasks of construction site management include task and defect management, coordination with external partners, and compliance with occupational health and safety regulations.
Defect management includes, for example, the monitoring of drying processes, for example in interior finishing work. Here, temperature and humidity must be measured and logged. These data are important because they can be used to decide when the screed can be laid and when painting work can be done. This falls within the scope of coordination with external partners.