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Construction Supervisors

Our Temperature Operating System "tOS" offers a cutting-edge analytical toolkit. Its sophisticated 2D heat mapping feature pinpoints areas of excessive heat, crucial for proactive management of worker safety and comfort.

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API Use Cases

By correlating analytics with a range of environmental factors, the software provides a comprehensive understanding of the site’s microclimatic conditions. The integration of computer vision analysis elevates the precision in assessing these microclimate conditions. These advanced features empower construction supervisors not only to ensure worker safety but also to optimize scheduling in response to real-time environmental conditions. 

This results in enhanced efficiency in resource allocation and site planning, making our Temperature Operating System "tOS" an indispensable tool for modern, smart, and safe construction management.

This tailored utilization of API capabilities by Construction Supervisors emphasizes a proactive and data-driven approach to managing worker safety, optimizing work schedules, and ensuring the overall productivity and safety of construction sites under varying environmental conditions.


Detailed Site Analysis

The API provides an integration with existing planning systems for detailed heat data indicating temperature variances across the construction site within specific timelines and hours. Supervisors can use the API to fetch this designed and dedicated data, assisting in understanding microclimatic conditions for better construction planning and workers safety.


Site Modification Insights

The API can be pushed for insights on potential site modifications to enhance thermal comfort, such as setting up temporary shades or deploying misting systems. Supervisors can use the API with their monitoring systems to incorporate them where conditions can be improved and be able to measure the impact on worker comfort and productivity over time.


Equipment and Material Safety

The API can assist the Construction Supervisor’s navigation tool to identify safe zones for storage or usage of temperature-sensitive materials and equipment based on the temporary construction site design.


Report Generation and Stakeholder Communication

Through the API, we allow construction supervisors the power to allow any of their integrable systems to provide detailed reports baked on temperature conditions, allowing them to specifically identify interventions that can be generated, supporting decision-making and serving as documentation for actions taken in response to extreme conditions. With our tOS ability, those reports can be shared with stakeholders to demonstrate a proactive approach to safety.


Real-Time Worker Safety Monitoring

Supervisors can utilize the API integrated with their monitoring systems to incorporate temperature data with specific zones where workers are going to be deployed or already operating. This helps in identifying areas approaching unsafe conditions and in making decisions to relocate workers or modify work schedules with precision.


Work Scheduling and Break Management

By accessing real-time and predictive temperature data through the API, construction supervisors can plan shifts and break times more effectively through their planning systems, ensuring worker safety and optimizing productivity. The API analytics and insights can also suggest optimal locations for break areas based on temperature data available historically, near real-time and predicted for the near future with high accuracy.


Historic Data Analysis

Supervisors can review historic temperature data via the API to plan future construction phases more effectively with their planning systems, understanding which times of the day or months are typically hotter and planning resources accordingly to minimize productivity loss due to heat.

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