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Block by block

If you thought CMS just stood for content management system then think again. Coda Octopus has recently launched its new Construction Management Solution (CMS) Management Reporting Tool to the market.

Using the company’s Pose Estimation Method which, amongst other things, assesses contact points of AsLaid Blocks, Coda’s CMS Management Reporting Tool is intended to aid a user in identifying poorly laid blocks within breakwater constructions.

The reporting tool integrates with CMS and imports an ‘AsLaid’ file with the block data.  This is then displayed in a grid view and a user can filter and interact with the data to refine the blocks they would like to examine.  This is further enhanced with a visual rendering of the block and its neighbours to illustrate how the block is placed.

Blocks can be reviewed and marked as accepted if the operator deems them to be well placed.  Once the blocks have been reviewed a report can be generated and viewed in a browser.    The CMS Management Reporting Tool can also be used as a “Project Placement Review” Tool at any stage of the block placement project.

Exhibitor: Coda Octopus

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