Project Control Via Acoustical Sensing

by Randolph L. Sibold, HRB Systems, Inc, United States,
H. Randolph Thomas, HRB Systems, Inc, United States,
Gary R. Smith, HRB Systems, Inc, United States,
John S. Lamancusa, HRB Systems, Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Utilization of Ocean Waves—Wave to Energy Conversion


This paper describes ongoing research into automating the process of collecting project control information using acoustical sensing devices. The paper describes how frequency spectra analyses can be used to differentiate different categories of equipment and to determine if a 50T Euclid off road truck is empty or loaded. The relationship between production and production-related sounds is explored for a masonry operation. The paper concludes that the development of a project control system based on acoustical sensing is feasible.

Subject Headings: Project management | Sensors and sensing | Acoustics | Control systems | Construction management | Automation and robotics | Data collection | Frequency analysis

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