How It Works
DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE utilises all existing asset condition data and reports, regardless of the format or age – including paper-based engineering drawings and plans, photos, paper-based inspection and condition reports, together with digitised data and images – to build a detailed ‘health record’ for each bridge asset.
Once the initial data has been collated into an asset record and the bridge has been assigned a unique identifier, the system’s unique state-of-the-art AI algorithms get to work analysing the data and images to identify any faults or damage. Any issues that are identified are then categorised (type of damage, severity, etc) and logged with their exact location on the structure, with this data appended to the bridge’s health record.
DYNAMIC INFRASTRUCTURE also allows for data such photos taken by field staff of damage resulting from an incident to be added to the bridge’s ‘health record’ record by email. Critically, this email capability does not require the field staff member to have their own individual login to submit photos and data relating to bridge damage. All they need to do is take photos of the damage and note its location on the structure, and then email the bridge’s unique identifier email address. Once received, the images are scrutinised by the system’s AI algorithms, with information relating to the type and severity of the damage, as well the exact location of the damage, added to the bridge’s individual ‘health record’, together with the date and time.