Robotics company FJDynamics has released its solution for refined construction - 3D Excavator Guidance System
The 3D Excavator Guidance System increases the accuracy of construction. Based on GNSS antenna and multi-type sensor modules the solution leads to high-precision construction, and give operators of all skill levels the ability to be more productively than ever before.
Accuracy means efficiency
Accurate positioning in real time is now available for excavators with the FJD Guidance System. Assisted by sensor modules, operators can now get real-time feedback of the movable arms and bucket rod.
Under assisted mode, the bucket and boom will operate automatically while the operator just needs to control the arm.
Extra guardian for extra safety
Operators now can visualise and manage the tasks with FJD Guidance System. Equipped with an easy-to-learn ?G-Master? platform, operators can see the virtual datum lines combined with real construction environments, which enables them to have a clearer view of construction status. Slope, depth settings and construction drawings can also be imported or custom designed on the system to manage the tasks on site.
Task visualisation offers an extra guardian in complex operations. Adaptive learning capabilities lead to greater support for night and wading operations.
It also brings safety operation to the next level. The virtual E-fence could be activated when working in narrow or restricted spaces to limit the rotation angle and boom height of the excavator. Remote control mode enables operators to control the movement of the excavator from a distance, making construction safer in dangerous working conditions.
How to solve the dilemma in skilled labour shortage
The increasing demands of excavators reflect the increasing demands of construction. On the other hand, the skilled operator resources have become scarce which did not match the increasing sales of excavators. According to the latest quarterly Commercial Construction Index (CCI) report shows construction companies are struggling to find skilled workers.