With shorter deadlines, scaffolding is the network around which the entire tradeshows or event structure builds up. To speed up the event scaffolding, Munich based KEWAZO proposed a robotic scaffolding transport system “KEWAZO”. It can accelerate the transport of scaffolding across the construction site horizontally and vertically. The goal of KEWAZO is to improve construction logistics through robotics and enable workers to do work 20% faster without compromising their health. Most of the scaffolding workers can only work until the age of 40-50 years, after which their bodies are so worn that they ask for easy roles. But not everybody can switch their roles, to help reduce the physical burden and make the scaffolding process faster KEWAZO invented a robotic scaffolding system.
The system can be adapted for use in other trades also, which includes all activities on facades and roof work, painting, insulation work, etc. The battery-operated system also wants to make a significant contribution to increase occupational safety. It also collects data on the construction progress, which then serves the construction control. The robot system enables automated transport - it detects the height of the materials to be delivered and automatically delivers them there. The system no longer has to be controlled manually with the finger on the button. In addition, the system offers maximum flexibility. A compact size, a quick installation and batteries instead of power cables ensure this.
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