3D crane warning device

Safety measures should be in place to prevent and respond to any potential hazards.

Construction work can interfere considerably with transport highways and pathways and therefore cause a serious risk to moving vehicles.

This does not just apply to ground vehicles but also air.

The below example shows how one site managed this aerial risk:

  • The site collaborated with London City Airport in the development of an innovative electronic visibility aid for cranes providing 3D warning to aircraft of potential hazards;
  • When an aircraft enters the airspace near the crane, the device transmits points of location, height, width and a 3D image of the crane to the pilot;
  • The pilot is then able to avoid the crane and keep a safe distance.

Please use the resource below for more information.

Downloads

LPAT on a Crane – Trial Description Click here to Download


Footer Reference

Monitor report. Carillion plc. London. April 2016


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