The construction process incorporates all organizational, design, building, installation and commissioning operations relating to the creation, modification or demolition of a structure, as well as interaction with the relevant authorities on work execution.
Construction schedule control and compliance with technical regulations are critically important in every stage of construction.This is especially true of isolated areas, where one of the biggest issues is controlling the supply chain and budget. The standard approach involves engaging third-party contractors for the remote monitoring of construction sites, which greatly increases design costs and pushes back project completion dates.
To improve the efficiency of design, procurement services, collection and exchange of architectural-design information, EOS uses high-resolution satellite, aerial imagery to compile 3D models of facilities under construction and classify objects within the construction site and adjacent areas. This solution offers landscape classification, calculation and analysis of the characteristics of classified objects (industrial buildings, construction sites, land areas) as well as change detection.
EOS’ technologies enable construction companies to monitor structures by tracking actual execution timeframes and eradicating deviations in every stage of the work from design through to commissioning. This functionality is based on the use of aerial and satellite imagery with subsequent application of analytical algorithms, 3D modelling, change detection, classification of construction objects, work status monitoring and supply chain optimization in every stage of the construction process.