Cho Sung-min (three others), head of the Korea Expressway Corporation's Center for SMART Construction, went on an overseas business trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, for three nights and four days from September 12 (Tue) to September 15 (Fri). Seven people accompanied the business trip, including Cho Sung-min, head of the Korea Expressway Corporation (three others), and Ahn Seung-joon, a professor of the Korea BIM Society (two others).
Cho Sung-min visited the Melia Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam, on the 13th to hold a final report to the Ministry of Construction and report the results of the 4th local survey, followed by the IIE of HUCE (Vietnam BIM Execution Status) meeting, and visited Vietnamese IT companies to check their excellent software capabilities.
□ Project Name: (2022/23 KSP Policy Advisory) Support for the establishment of a construction information modeling (BIM) application system in Vietnam
□ Date: 2023-09-12 (Tue) ~ 2022-09-15 (Fri), three nights and four days
□ Venue: Hanoi, Vietnam
□ Organization: Korea Expressway Corporation Smart Construction Project Group (Cho Sung-min and three others), and Korea BIM Society (Professor Ahn Seung-joon and two others), a total of 7 people
□ Task Contents
￮ (Task 1) Analysis of the Construction Industry Status and BIM Status in Vietnam
￮ (Task 2) Analysis of Korea's Advanced Construction Management System and BIM Introduction System
￮ (Task 3) Policy Suggestions for Establishing Customized BIM Strategies in Vietnam and Promoting Practical BIM Introduction
￮ (Task 4) Development of a Vietnam BIM Policy Practice Training Program
□ Key Travel Performance
￮ Preparation for the final briefing session
- MOC pre-meeting* and event location check
* Explanation of project performance results (→-MOC practitioners) and coordination of final attendees
￮ Final Report Meeting Held
- Announcement and Q&A of project execution results (policy proposal results)
- Revising the final report (addition of expected effects, etc.) and discussing the direction of the follow-up project
￮ Meeting with local consultants and BIM companies in Vietnam
- Explanation and feedback of project performance results (academic, business field)
The SCP Seminar is a place to listen to and learn the latest technology trends and use cases with Smart Construction Pioneers in smart construction.
The Smart Construction Project Team held the 68th SCP Seminar under the "CIM (Construction Information Model) Utilization Case in Japan" theme with Yoshihiko Fukuchi, Ph.D. Kim Hae-jin, Director of Autodesk.
□ The Korea Expressway Corporation (President Ham Jin-kyu) announced that it conducted training on smart construction and construction information modeling (BIM) for public officials belonging to the Ministry of Construction in Vietnam, the largest trading country in ASEAN*, for five days from the 21st (Mon).
* ASEAN(Association of Southeast Asian Nations) : Established in 1967, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations has a total of 10 countries.
□ This training is significant in that it is the first smart construction technology-themed education training in Korea for foreign public officials, and the corporation and the Korea BIM Society participated jointly as part of the knowledge sharing project(KSP**).
** KSP(Knowledge Sharing Program) : Knowledge-based development cooperation projects that suggest policy advice to developing countries based on domestic knowledge and experience
□ 10 public officials from the Vietnamese Construction Ministry participated in the training, experiencing various technologies and platforms to utilize construction information modeling (BIM) in the SOC field and sharing related policies and technology development directions in Korea.
□ In addition, the Korea Expressway Corporation introduced the smart construction technology R&D project, visited companies participating in research, and experienced various smart technologies through a tour of highway construction sites such as Godeok Bridge and Hangang Tunnel.
□ Meanwhile, the Korea Expressway Corporation and the Vietnam Construction Economy Research Institute signed a letter of intent to cooperate to introduce and utilize smart construction technology in Vietnam on the 25th (Friday), laying the foundation for smart technology exchange between the two countries.
□ "We are focusing on demonstration and practical use so that the technology under development can be applied to the field," said Cho Sung-min, head of the Korea Expressway Corporation's smart construction project.
The August monthly meeting on 12 detailed policies and systems for smart construction technology development projects was held at the General Operation Center on August 22nd (Tue).
The Korea Expressway Association, the Construction Policy Institute, Dasan ENG, and the Korea Expressway Corporation gathered to summarize the research results before the second phase of the 2023 evaluation and guide them on precautions when writing future reports.
AI-based unsafe situation image recognition technology on R&D in the Chung-Ang University Laboratory has been set up at the Smart Construction Test Bed Operation Center for a demonstration.
The technology is an object detection approach that recognizes workers wearing and not wearing safety helmets on construction sites. It alerts workers to unsafe actions by playing an audible alarm through the device's speaker.
Thanks to researchers Dr. Syed Farhan Alam Zaidi, Muhammad Sibtain Abbas, and Kim Dohyeong for installing of the technology at the Smart Construction Test Bed Operations Center.