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Case Study on the Cost Estimation standard for Smart Construction - Focused on Japan (스마트건설 공사비산정기준 사례조사 연구 - 일본사례를 중심으로 -)

  • Song, Tae-Seok;An, Bang-Yul
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Building Construction Conference
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    • pp.171-172
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    • 2020
  • Recently, the need for smart construction technologies related to the Fourth Industrial Revolution has been increasing in order to improve productivity of the construction industry. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has established Smart construction technology road map to commercialize the smart construction, and research and development is also underway. However, due to the lack of cost estimation standards for such smart construction technologies to be deployed to actual sites, smart construction technologies are not actively applied to construction sites. In particular, cost estimation standards are needed for construction machinery equipment with ICT technology that is currently available for commercialization. Therefore, as a preliminary study for the development of smart construction cost estimation standards, a case study was conducted on ICT construction estimation standards in Japan and present them as basic data for standards in Korea.

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A Study on Chinese Smart Construction Strategy by SWOT Analysis

  • Peng, Liang;Park, Yoo-Na;Yoo, Moo-Young;Ham, Nam-Hyuk;Kim, Jae-Jun
    • Journal of KIBIM
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2018
  • Nowadays, BIM(Building Information Modeling) technology has been slowly accepted and developed around the world, making smart construction possible. Many countries are also actively promoting the comprehensive application of BIM and changing the traditional construction methods of the construction industry. This study reviews foreign and domestic literature reviews on BIM application barriers and smart construction applications, providing a theoretical basis for Chinese construction enterprises to reduce or eliminate BIM application barriers. Based on the common feature of policies or strategies that promote the development of smart construction in developed countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Singapore, the deficiencies of China's smart construction policies for construction enterprises are analyzed. Moreover, according to the literature review of the development status of China's construction industry, the SWOT analysis matrix of China's smart construction strategy is obtained. Finally, based on the SWOT matrix analysis results, combined with the development status of China's construction industry and the obstacles faced by smart construction, the portfolio strategies and recommendations for the development of smart construction are proposed in this work. These portfolio strategies and recommendations can provide a reference value for construction enterprises.

Suggestion for Integrated Process Quality Control for Facility Management of Smart City at Construction Stage (Smart City 시공단계 시설물 통합품질관리 프로세스 제안)

  • Park, In-Woo;Kim, In-Han;Choi, Jung-Sik
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Building Construction
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    • v.16 no.6
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    • pp.535-544
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    • 2016
  • Korean government is promoting "K-Smart City" to overseas market which is an integrated solution of construction industry with ICT(Information and Communciations Technologies) industry. Due to nature of Smart City, construction quality and the development quality of the facilities need to be established to improve the overall quality. However, guidelines and regulations to initiate quality control for Smart City are behind the actual demand. This deficiency is bringing quality control for construction and ICT to be controlled separately causing lack of synergy and resulting in overall quality degradation. This research is designed to improve the construction quality of Smart City during its establishment stage by integrating ICT system with on-site construction (Integrated control center and on-site equipment). The adoption of this research to a real Smart City case had resulted in 22% reduction of construction inspection failure (Audit), and also allowed Construction Company to pre-align quality control of all purchased items of ICT Infra that resulted in 18% reduction of nonconformity, thus contributing to an overall quality improvement. This research is expected to be used widely among all construction industry of Smart City.

A Case Study of the Construction of Smart Factory in a Small Quantity Batch Production System: Focused on IDIS Company (다품종 소량 생산 체제의 스마트 공장 구축 사례: (주) IDIS를 중심으로)

  • Oh, sea-nam;Park, won-chul;Riew, Moon Charn;Lee, Min Koo
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management
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    • v.46 no.1
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    • pp.11-26
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    • 2018
  • Purpose: This study is to help the construction of smart factories of other manufacturing enterprises through IDIS 's case of smart factory construction. Methods: We introduce the four phases of implementing smart factory building by IDIS company, which produces a small quantity of multi-odd units. Results: Through the smart factory construction, the cost of product is reduced due to the improvement of total productivity such as office work, production work, and energy saving, and sales are enhanced by customized production, quality / delivery reliability improvement. Conclusion: We present the actual examples needed to build the manufacturer's smart factory.

Development of a Flash-based Schedule Management Tool for Smart Devices

  • Jang, Myunghoun
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Building Construction
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    • v.12 no.6
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    • pp.558-565
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    • 2012
  • Schedule management of construction work is critical to completing construction projects within a given period of time. Many efforts have been made and multiple tools have been developed to support the management of construction projects using smart devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs. This study proposed a method for managing construction schedules via a smart device using Flash. The interactive and graphic properties of Flash enable the development of an app that can allow a field manager to manage schedules easily and efficiently. A prototype was implemented using Adobe Flex Builder, and a sample network was applied in a smartphone. It is convenient for a construction manager to manage construction schedules using the tool because Flash controls graphic components easily. In further studies, network diagrams such as CPM (Critical Path Method) should be developed and applied to the app.

Estimation of the Demand Function of the Information and Communication Construction Business

  • Kwak, Jeong Ho;Lee, Jemin Justin;Lee, Han-Joo;Lee, Bong Gyou
    • KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS)
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    • v.9 no.8
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    • pp.3249-3257
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    • 2015
  • The smart convergence environment, in which all industries are converged around ICT infrastructure -- with the eventual inclusion of both industry and culture -- looms. With the emergence of new convergence industries such as smart medicine, smart cities, and smart automobiles, the ICT infrastructure is recognized as the foundation of the overall economy. As such, the importance of the next generation of information and communication construction businesses, which constructs the ICT infrastructure, is highlighted under the smart convergence paradigm environment; various multilateral policies to foster the information and communication construction business -- led by the Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning -- are being implemented. Like other infrastructure industries, however, the estimation of the demand function of the information and communication construction business overall is essential for effectively establishing promotional policies for information and communication construction businesses. However, there has been no study which theoretically estimates the market demand function in the information and communication construction business thus far. The pursuit of a creative economy is a national agenda, as the significance of accelerating the ICT infrastructure is emphasized. Therefore, this paper seeks to estimate quantitatively the demand function in the information and communication construction business using empirical data and a statistical model and then to present policy implications which will aid the development of the information and communication construction business.

An Audit Model for Customer Relationship Management in Smart Mobile Environments (스마트 모바일 환경에서 고객관계관리 구축을 위한 감리 모형)

  • Chung, Woong;Kim, Dong Soo;Rhee, Hye Kyung;Kim, Hee Wan
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.5
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    • pp.187-199
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    • 2013
  • Since the supply of smart phones, a change in mobile environment brought a turning point called a mobile generation. Smart mobile office is a combined form of smart phones' new mobile environment and its social media. A construction of mobile office environment using smart phones brought revitalization of the smart phone market. CRM construction also became new requirements for a customer management. However, based on the current information system audit standard, check fields or check lists are insufficient to apply to audit for CRM construction in a smart mobile office environment. Therefore, this paper proposes a model for auditing CRM system construction in smart mobile office environment. It proposes audit domain and check lists of CRM construction. It also verified whether the proposed model is suitable or not by doing a survey if deduced audit domain and check lists correspond with the purpose of the CRM construction audit during smart mobile office environment. As the result, this study appear to have more than average satisfaction the suitability results were.

Standardization of composite connections for trapezoid web profiled steel sections

  • Saggaff, A.;Tahir, M.M.;Sulaiman, A.;Ngian, S.P.;Mirza, J.
    • Structural Engineering and Mechanics
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    • v.55 no.4
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    • pp.765-784
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    • 2015
  • Connections are usually designed either as pinned usually associated with simple construction or rigid normally is associated with continuous construction. However, the actual behaviour falls in between these two extreme cases. The use of partial strength or semi-rigid connections has been encouraged by Euro-code 3 and studies on semi-continuous construction have shown substantial savings in steel weight of the overall construction. Composite connections are proposed in this paper as partial or full strength connections. Standardized connection tables are developed based on checking on all possible failure modes as suggested by "component method" for beam-to-column composite connection on major axis. Four experimental tests were carried out to validate the proposed standardised connection table. The test results showed good agreement between experimental and theoretical values with the ratio in the range between 1.06 to 1.50. All tested specimens of the composite connections showed ductile type of failure with the formation of cracks occurred on concrete slab at maximum load. No failure occurred on the Trapezoidal Web Profiled Steel Section as beam and on the British Section as column.

Construction Safety Management Framework based on Smart Mobile

  • Park, Moon-Seo;Kim, Eui-Jun;Lee, Hyoo-Soo;Lee, Kwang-Pyo
    • Journal of Construction Engineering and Project Management
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    • v.2 no.3
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    • pp.48-57
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    • 2012
  • With increasing number of serious construction disasters such as death, a safety management in real-time is more required recently. One of the ways to support the needs, a convergence with Information Technology (IT) has been noticed. Although number of inefficiencies including a limitation of IT equipment (weight, control inconveniences) has been concerned, data exchanging and processing fields have been improved at a wide range with an advance of mobile communication and an introduction of smart mobiles that are simple and convenient. In this research, a framework is realized in connection with smart mobile to find the problems of current safety management and derive demands in order to support effective safety management. Two smart mobile applications, Safety Management application and Safety Guideline application, enable a real-time safety management and less re-work by provided safety information.

A Study On the Safety Management of construction equipment Using Smart Phone Technology (Focused on poclain and mobile elevated work platform) ("스마트폰" 기반을 활용한 건설장비 안전관리에 관한 연구 (굴삭기, 고소작업대 중심으로))

  • Cho, Joung-Ho;Lim, Jae-Chang;Ko, Young-Wook;Kang, Kyung-Sik
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.1-9
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    • 2012
  • As contemporary building construction type is getting higher and deeper, construction equipment usage is getting more, and related fatal accidents are on an increasing trend. Because of this, a method was drawn which could grasp the present state of construction equipment management and manage safety of the equipment more easily for accident prevention by choosing 2 kinds of Construction equipment which cause safety accident frequently among the equipment mainly used in construction site. This study suggested a method about construction equipment safety management using "smart phone" base which could be used in safety management for construction equipment by whomever in construction site. After attachment of QR code included safety checklist, It became possible that site managers could check more efficiently by scanning with their smart phone when they inspect equipment. Moreover, by the construction interested who didn't know what and how they have to inspect could point out unsafe condition in the early stage of equipment entering or take unsafe one out of the site by using new smart phone safety checking system is installed, it became possible that critical accident caused by construction equipment was prevented in advance.