Metodología contemporánea de Infraestructuras de Gestión de Proyectos, Prevención de controversias y Análisis de Retrasos = Contemporary Methodology for Infrastructure Project Management, Dispute Avoidance and Delay

Yiannis Vacanas, Kyriacos Themistocleous, Athos Agapiou, Chris Danezis


doi:10.20868/ade.2016.3193

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Las causas de las interrupciones y retrasos en los proyectos de construcción de infraestructura son conocidos pero inevitables, y los métodos actuales de análisis son caros. En este trabajo se propone una metodología moderna para el mantenimiento de registros eficiente y transparente, y para la gestión eficaz de los proyectos y resolución de disputas más barato. Herramientas tecnológicas modernas (imágenes UAV, escaneo láser 3D, tecnologías BIM, visualización 3D, tecnología GNSS y RFID) se utilizan para proporcionar información útil e importante a un servidor de Sistema de Información Geográfica (GIS) central, que a su vez proporciona informes relacionados con las obras del proyecto.

 

Abstract

 

The causes of disruption and delay to infrastructure construction projects are known but inevitable, and the current methods for delay analysis and dispute resolution are expensive and faced with suspiciousness. In this paper a contemporary methodology is proposed for efficient and transparent record keeping and sharing for effective project management, delay and dispute avoidance and cheaper dispute resolution. Modern technology tools (UAV images, Long-range 3D Laser scanning and BIM technologies can be used for data collection and 3D visual illustration of the milestone works progress; Time lapse camera images can provide visualisation of the daily progress of the works and indication of the conditions and presence of resources in any day; GNSS - Mobile technology can be used to pattern the machinery and human resources presence and motion on site; High resolution satellite images can give periodic images for the general progress of the works, RFID technology can be used for machinery and human resources monitoring and material quantities tracking and management) are utilized to provide important and useful information, both spatial and descriptive, to a Geographical Information System (GIS) central server, which in turn provides reports regarding milestone issues related to the project works. 


Keywords


Gestión de proyectos; Mantenimiento de registros; Prevención de litigios; Retraso; UAV; GIS; GNSS; Project Management; Record Keeping; Dispute avoidance; Delay; UAV; GIS; GNSS

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