Written by: Lao Minyi
Last update date: 2021-01-24 11:54
The Secretary for Development, Wong Wai-lun, stated in his blog today (24) that the works departments make good use of innovative technology to improve engineering efficiency, improve construction quality and enhance site safety. For example, the Drainage Services Department actively promotes and applies building information modeling (BIM) technology and related Information technology can accurately present the construction method and construction process according to the time sequence, so that the engineering staff can more clearly grasp the construction plan.
Wong Wai-lun mentioned in the article that the Drainage Services Department currently has a number of sewage treatment plants undergoing original site reconstruction, and is using BIM technology to inspect the different structures of the building to check whether the process will be rejected, and to monitor whether the project is progressing on schedule, when necessary Change the construction process.
This technology allows architects, engineers and construction professionals to break through the limitations of plane images and time and space to discuss engineering design and construction details in the same virtual space.
In addition, the Drainage Services Department has also applied Internet of Things (IoT) technology in recent years.
In 2019, the Flood Prevention Section of the Drainage Services Department and the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department jointly launched a pilot project to use the Government IoT to establish the "Smart Drainage-Flood Prevention Monitoring System" in Sha Tin and Tai Po. The results have been good, and it has been determined that 10 locations are more vulnerable to storms. The system was further tested in locations affected by tides and levee waves.
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