Publications / 2009 Proceedings of the 26th ISARC, Austin, USA

Research on Automated Project Performance Control: An Update

Ronie Navon
Pages 126-128 (2009 Proceedings of the 26th ISARC, Austin, USA, ISBN 978-0-578-02312-0, ISSN 2413-5844)

Project performance control normally requires massive manual data collection – the more detailed the required control information, the more labor intensive the data collection must be. Hence, the cost of collecting the data and generating the information is high and the quality, integrity and real-time availability are low. Our proposition, for more than a decade, has been to either automate the data collection using advanced technologies, or use existing tools (e.g. daily site report – DSR) to minimize the data collection. This was done in a variety of areas: labor tracking; earthmoving operations; daily-site-report based control; change management tool; materials management and control; safety control; and company level monitoring – all are briefly reported in this extended abstract.

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