AECOM + BIM 360: Improving Jobsite Safety with Virtual Reality, Drones & Other Construction Technology

The construction industry remains one of the most dangerous businesses in the world.

1 in 5 on-the-job deaths in the U.S. are on construction sites according to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA).

Virtual Reality (VR) offers an unprecedented level of scalable training opportunities increasing familiarity with construction site layouts and potential hazards before mobilization. Drones and mobile technologies are capturing data in the form of photos, videos, and digital inspections, which minimize time on site and provide rea- time information on site activities. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning analyze all the data delivering risk analysis.

Together these technologies can help proactively eliminate hazards and improve the probability of getting everyone home safely.

Join us and learn how to embrace construction safety technology and create a safety culture centered around data & real-time collaboration.

  • Identifying safety practices to digitize
  • Using drones and mobile devices for safety 
  • Virtual reality & augmented reality for safety training
  • Reducing risk with AI & Machine Learning
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