Smart Construction

The construction industry deploys and uses a lot of equipment and personnel in the field. Applied to construction sites, the Internet of Things offers innovative and affordable solutions for monitoring and managing small equipment, controlling the level of on-site fuel tanks, rational water use and optimization energy consumption, securing installations (detection of presence or intrusion, attempted theft), protection of equipment and personnel.

Making a construction site smart also makes it possible to respond to the constraints linked to the European Green Deal, and in particular ESG reporting linked to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Smart Construction Benefits


Private Wireless Network

Private wireless network The deployment of a LORAWAN® wireless communication network, private and secure, makes it possible to cover the entire site and make the construction site smart thanks to the use of sensors.


Battery-Powered Sensors

All IOT sensors used on the construction site are autonomous, battery-powered, and require no complicated installation or wiring.


Construction Site Monitoring

Real-time overview of the status of the construction site, on Smartphone or Laptop, dashboards on progress status, alerts in the event of an instruction or problem.

Energy management of a construction site

Moving towards carbon neutrality in the construction sector is a social issue. This involves in particular reducing energy consumption: electricity, fuel oil, etc.
Monitoring energy consumption, linked to a reduction strategy, makes it possible to reduce bills and greenhouse gas emissions. The installation of sensors, linked to analytical dashboards, alert generation and automation (lighting, etc.) makes a major contribution.

Monitoring the level of the fuel (and water) tanks also makes it possible to avoid productivity losses linked to work stoppages in the event of too low a level in the tanks.

Water management on site

Efficient use of water can be critical on a construction site. In particular, it is necessary to combat leaks, omissions or even ruptures in pipes, linked to the work carried out or to freezing.

Implementing water consumption monitoring, linked to alerts in the event of detection of consumption outside construction hours, or leak detection, makes it possible to save a lot of water, but also a lot of energy. money (damage, insurance, work stoppages, etc.)).

Management of materials on site


Small construction equipment (drilling machine, measuring devices, compressors, etc.) is of great interest to thieves. It also happens that this material is lost. In addition, this small piece of equipment may not be in perfect working order.

In all cases, precise management of small equipment, thanks to small trackers, makes it possible to optimize operating costs, limit expenses and technical unemployment linked to the absence of good equipment on site. It is also possible to produce reports on the usage rate of equipment, as well as on the areas of the construction site where they were used.

Securing personnel on site

Locating personnel on site, particularly on dangerous sites, can help limit personal injury accidents and allow them to quickly intervene in the event of problems.

Combined with automatic recording of attendance on site, and by site area, the location of personnel allows better management of staff and progress reports.

Construction site automations


Many tasks can be automated on a construction site. Site lighting, activation of anti-intrusion alarms, water and electricity cutoff, etc.

All of these automations help reduce costs, but also improve comfort and safety. Intrusion detection, outside of operating hours, can automatically activate site lighting and start an alert signal.

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