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Progress reporting in construction

User challenge:

  • Many work phases are covered under next layer. Therefore, there may be no way of checking work quality afterwards. 
  • Sometimes worker has to wait for supervisor or quality control acceptance before proceeding. 

NSION solution:

  • Easy-to-use video-based progress reporting lowers the barrier for documentation. It takes only a couple of seconds and can be done on site.
  • Visual documentation is informative and allows remote acceptance.
  • In large infrastructure projects drones can be used to follow up progress. 
  • Vertical structures
  • Long transmission lines or pipelines