In Moscow, work is underway to create a Digital Passport for a capital construction object. It will include all information about the construction site in electronic form, including information about the technical and economic indicators of the facility and documentation, a construction schedule indicating the main stages, data from a smart construction site, video and photographic materials, and much more.
The digital passport of a capital construction object is a key component of the Digital Platform for Interaction between Construction Participants, which is now being formed in Moscow. It will allow the authorities to automatically generate analytical reporting and use it to make management decisions. Also, information from digital passports will be used to provide public services, control and supervisory activities. Using digital passports, complex services (super services) will be provided and mechanisms for proactive provision of services will be introduced .
The implementation of the project will reduce the time and resource costs for collecting, processing and verifying information in the process of performing various tasks, as well as predicting target dates and risks at each stage of construction and calculating the index of integrated development of the territory. The development and implementation of unified reference books and classifiers will increase the quality and relevance of data about each object, and the digital format of documentation will significantly accelerate the pace of pre-project preparation and construction.
In addition, the implementation of QR-codes at construction sites is planned in a pilot mode. After scanning this code, any citizen can get detailed information about the object, including its 3D visualisation.
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