An Automated Approach to Construction Site Layout Generation.
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Knowledge of the status of site spaces is critical to generating effective and reliable site layout plans. Previous approaches to site layout planning advocate generating layouts based on the planned project schedule which do not reflect the actual status of the project in terms of activities, resources and associated spaces. As such, this questions the reliability of the generated site layouts. This study presents the development of an automated component level system that is capable of generating optimized site layouts using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology for tracking the context of site resources and spaces in real-time. The prototype implementation applies to cost controlling and management in terms of automating the generation of context-adaptive site layout models. Conclusions are drawn on the industrial application and functionality of the developed system.
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