A leading engineering firm was looking to utilise robotics to perform quality checks on concrete slabs. The task was being done by a surveyor with a crack measuring device after a concrete slab was poured.
The firm wanted to find ways to improve safety and minimise physical injury or fatigue as looking for the smallest cracks on a vast area can be eye tiring.
We built an AI-powered robot that mapped the concrete slab area and scanned it for cracks as small as 0.1 millimetre.
Once the whole area was scanned, the robot generated a report for the surveyor which displayed the concrete slab map and pinpointed the exact location, width and length of detected cracks.
- Quality checks were kept at the highest level.
- All the cracks were detected and shared with surveyors.
- The whole process could be audited at any time.
- The same technology could be used in bridges or structures where human inspections are harder to perform.