Even before the COVID-19 crisis, the potential of remote inspections to help automate parts of the inspection process was gaining attention as a means to improve the inspection process, free up inspectors’ time to focus on more high-value tasks and help project owners deal with shrinking budgets. Now the pandemic has put a spotlight on the value of remote inspection to help reduce the number of people on dynamic jobsites to improve safety and health. However, the industry is still in the early stages of fully understanding or implementing this technology.
Learn more about it by joining Dr. Donna Laquidara-Carr from Dodge Data & Analytics as she presents new data from the Civil Quarterly on the current use and prospects for remote inspection. She will then lead an in-depth discussion among a panel of experts on their real-world experiences with the advantages of using this technology, an evaluation of the challenges in implementing it and their expectations for wider adoption in the future.