Japan-Vietnam alliance debuts AI cloud service

VOV.VN - The AI Map Innovation Consortium (AICON) between Japanese businesses and their partner in Vietnam has just launched an AI cloud service specifically for local construction companies.

The AICON was founded by Asanuma Corporation, Advanced Construction Technology Center, and Gifu University, all from Japan, alongside Vietnam-based Mio System JSC.

This has been adopted as a part of PRISM project (Public and Private Research and Development Investment Strategic Expansion Program) under the supervision of the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport.

Blockchain, machine learning, and other advanced technologies are proving ever more useful for businesses in recent years, with productivity being boosted in every corner of the world.

However, at numerous construction sites, progress is still operated and evaluated by on-site supervisors who are subjective. This could lead to future difficulties in passing documents onto future generations, which in turn leads to challenges in optimizing efficiency and analyzing data.

Hence, the AI Map solution is aimed at visualizing the technique of workers on construction sites and analyzing an enormous amount of data collected from sensors attached on the helmets of workers.

Upon collecting data, based on images collected from sensors, cameras, GPS attached on the workers’ helmets, and drones, the AI Map solution helps to analyze data, identify the factors which cause progress stagnation, and to visualize the controlled constructing points.

Furthermore, machine learning can be applied to store results in a main cloud server for productivity improvement, to cut down on worker numbers and contribute to making techniques more transparent, which currently remains a crucial problem.

Vietnam is a country where the construction industry is booming and is developing at a rapid pace. Along with the foundation, the consortium is in the process of looking for business partners in Vietnam.

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