Resilient, Intelligent Infrastructure System (RIIS) Hub

At GeoAI, we are at the forefront of innovation, revolutionizing the way we interact and manage infrastructure projects through cutting-edge technology and strategic collaborations. Our partnership with the Resilient, Intelligent Infrastructure System (RIIS) Hub and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) showcases our commitment to delivering unparalleled solutions in the field of geospatial intelligence.

About GeoAI

GeoAI is a leading provider of AI-driven geospatial solutions, specializing in optimizing infrastructure management and development processes. We harness the power of artificial intelligence to deliver accurate, efficient, and cost-effective solutions for a wide range of applications.

Furthermore, we customize data-driven technology with Artificial Intelligence to detect pattern, generate prediction and provide an assistance in decision making. The data taken from satellite, large scale imagery, UAV (drones), terrestrial and mobile laser scanner will be processed to generate a meaningful information.

About RIIS Hub

RIIS Hub is one of the leading hub dedicated to revolutionizing technology to meet the critical infrastructure requirements of Australia. Its primary focus lies in integrating advances sensor technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, data analytics, spatial, and connectivity to deliver resilient and adaptive infrastructure system. The advantages offered by this research hub encompass enhanced productivity, competitiveness, resilience, and safety, alongside fostering growth, job creation, technological leadership, and export potential.

Led by four esteemed universities in Australia—The University of New South Wales, The University of Melbourne, Western Sydney University, and Queensland University of Technology—RIIS Hub actively collaborates with industry, government, and the community to translate research findings into tangible commercial opportunities. Securing approximately $5 million in funding from the Australian Research Council (ARC) spanning from 2022 to 2027, the hub allocates resources towards various initiatives. The funding is not only allocates for facilitating research materials but also supports conference participation, industrial internships, and provides opportunities for PhD research.

Collaboration with RIIS Hub and UNSW

Collaboration between GeoAI with RIIS Hub and UNSW represents a synergistic partnership aimed at pushing the boundaries of innovation in infrastructure management. Our primary collaborator is the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNSW. This collaboration is geared towards addressing issues within Australia’s infrastructure, particularly in construction site monitoring, asset management, and the development of digital twins. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology such as laser scanners, cameras, and satellite imagery, our objective is to facilitate smart infrastructure management. With the integration with Artificial Intelligence, including machine learning and knowledge graphs, we anticipate faster and more accurate data processing. We expect that the result can enable decision-making support for stakeholders.

By combining our expertise with research capabilities of RIIS Hub, we are able to develop groundbreaking solutions that address the challenges in infrastructure industry.

Current Project: Automated Scan-vs-BIM for Real-Time Construction Progress Management of Infrastructure Projects

One of our ongoing projects focuses on the development of an automated Scan-vs-BIM solution for real-time construction progress. By harnessing Lidar Technology, GeoAI proposes an innovative solution for the automatic calculation of construction progress in bridge projects. This comprehensive solution incorporates the utilization of geometric feature extraction and the comparison of as-designed and as-built point clouds. Firstly, our expert will preprocess the point cloud before it undergoes point cloud filtration. Secondly, the feature from point cloud are extracted using advanced algorithm. Lastly, we can detect the progress of construction project by comparing the as-built laser scan with the as-design BIM model.

As a summary, our solution empowers construction teams to precisely compare as-built scans with Building Information Modeling (BIM) data. It is, therefore can provides us with valuable insights into project progression and promptly identifying discrepancies. This pioneering approach not only heightens project efficiency but also curtails costs and ensures punctual project completion.

Our Commitment

At GeoAI, we are dedicated to driving innovation and excellence in infrastructure management. Through our collaboration with RIIS Hub, we are continuously pushing the boundaries of what is possible in geospatial intelligence. Consequently, we remain steadfast in our commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions that empower organizations to overcome challenges, optimize processes, and achieve their goals.

Contact Us

Finally, to explore our solutions and understand how we can assist your organization, we encourage you to contact us today. Let GeoAI become your trusted partner, guiding you in unlocking the full potential of geospatial intelligence for your infrastructure projects.

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