Machine control enables seamless communication between a 3D digital model uploaded to the computer system and its different receivers. These receivers can include equipment such as bulldozers and excavators fitted with computers, and buckets and blades equipped with GPS devices.
Referenced to GPS coordinates, the 3D model enables a more efficient, cost-effective, and accurate machine control on site when preparing the ground for curb lines, drainage and building positions. It is uploaded to the on-board computers of the vehicles, which are then able to interact with the machinery controls. As the machine moves, the GPS documents its real-time positioning. The computer can automatically adjust the buckets or blades to the required surface elevations or excavation depths.
The work Powers carried out at Lancaster Canal Quarter has enabled us to develop a consistent brief for future developers to work to, which will ensure that the character of the site remains intact.
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