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JTC to trial robot for building inspection

If trial in 2017 is successful, there will be cost savings while ensuring inspection consistency and accuracy
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 05:50

QuicaBot can detect if walls meet at right angles or floors are even. If it takes two human inspectors a day for inspection, JTC estimates that a human inspector and robot pair will take only half a day.


EARLY next year, a Wall-E lookalike autonomous robot will be deployed in an almost-completed industrial project in Singapore's west to check for architectural defects.

And if the trial, undertaken by Singapore's industrial developer JTC, proves successful, it can take

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