NHAI to use drone to monitor national highway projects

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has made it obligatory to use drones to document video to hold a observe on all of the national highway projects. The choice has been taken to be sure that national highways are monitored in any respect phases of growth, ranging from building to its upkeep after being operationalised.

NHAI has instructed all its contractors and Concessionaires to document these movies utilizing drones in presence of Team Leader of the Supervision Consultant. They have additionally been requested by the NHAI to add comparative project movies of the present and final month on the company’s portal ‘Data Lake.’

Once the movies are uploaded, the NH supervision consultants will analyse them and supply their opinions on the digital month-to-month progress studies masking numerous elements of the project growth.

According to the national highway company, the project administrators of NHAI will undertake month-to-month surveys from the date of signing of contract settlement until the beginning of building of the project at website and at completion of the project.

NHAI can even undertake month-to-month drone survey in all developed projects the place the company is liable for operation and upkeep. NHAI issued an announcement saying, “Since these videos will be permanently stored on the ‘Data Lake’, they can also be used as evidence during the dispute resolution process before arbitral tribunals and courts.”

Deployment of Network Survey Vehicle (NSV) has additionally been made obligatory to perform street situation surveys on the national highways to improve high quality.

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