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Artificial Intelligence (AI) for commissioning checklists

• Written by Thomas T. Jarløv
AI generating a checklist for commissioning

Templates for quality and tests are essential to hit the ground running, and we have now added another upgrade to our 𝘁𝗲𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗰𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿, to get you up and running fast: 𝗮𝗻 𝗔𝗜-𝗲𝗻𝗴𝗶𝗻𝗲 🎉

  1. The Aritifical Construction Future
  2. Hit ground running with predefined templates
  3. Next step for AI - available for all

The Aritifical Construction Future

2022 was the year that Artificial Intelligence was made a public tool. It has now become something, that almost anyone can try and use.

We are always on the lookout to find ways to optimize our users daily workflows, so why not implement a checklist generator based on an AI?

What does that mean? It means, that the end user provides some input data, it could be "Exhaust fan", CxPlanner then enhances this data, and finally the AI generates a base-checklist from it.

Hit ground running with predefined templates

Our goal is the make quality your superpower - and to do that, we need to put you in front of everyone else - with both speed and performance.

One thing we value high is, that when you need to check some quality, it can be done instantly. And this is where templates is our friend!

CxPlanner provides a wide range of diffent templates ranging from mechanical installations to specialized ventilation plants, but now we also provide an AI to support you.

Next step for AI - available for all

One of the key areas where AI can be used is in project management. By analyzing data from past projects, AI algorithms can predict potential delays or issues before they occur, allowing managers to take proactive measures to keep the project on schedule. Additionally, AI can be used to optimize the scheduling of tasks and resources, ensuring that everything is completed on time and within budget.

Another area where AI can be useful is in the design and planning phase of a project. AI-powered design software can help architects and engineers create more efficient and cost-effective building plans. For example, AI algorithms can be used to optimize the use of materials and energy, resulting in a more sustainable and eco-friendly building.

AI can also be used to improve safety on construction sites. By analyzing data from cameras and sensors, AI algorithms can identify potential hazards and alert workers to take necessary precautions. This can help prevent accidents and injuries, making the site safer for everyone.

CxPlanner and AI

In conclusion, AI technology is becoming increasingly accessible and can be used to optimize a variety of tasks in the construction industry. From project management to design and planning, AI can help improve efficiency, reduce costs, and make construction sites safer. As the technology continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more benefits and applications in the future.

We look forward to provide even more edge-case technology combined with the need on construction projects. Send us an email an be part of it!

Written by Thomas T. Jarløv