Revolutionizing Building Maintenance: Development and Efficiency Enhancement Through Technology Advancement
This study presents the advancements in technology for building maintenance management, covering the timeline from 1900 to 2019. The aim of this study is to explore and highlight the advancements in technology that have revolutionized building maintenance management. The objectives of this study are to chronicle the technological evolution in building maintenance, highlighting how diverse technologies have improved efficiency, effectiveness, and precision in this field, while also shedding light on the profound transformative influence of technology on building maintenance practices. It emphasises key developments, including engineering technology, computer-assisted maintenance, automation, visualisation technology, barcoding systems, building information modelling (BIM), robotics, augmented reality, small aerial vehicle-based image acquisition, and machine learning algorithms. These technologies are recognised for their role in enhancing efficiency, effectiveness, and accuracy in building maintenance. The methodology used in this study involves a historical approach, tracking the development of technology in building maintenance from 1900 to 2019. It also involves detailed descriptions of the various technologies and their significance in building maintenance practices. Their applications in improving processes, identifying defects, optimizing energy efficiency, and supporting decision-making are highlighted. In summary, this study provides comprehensive insights into the continuous advancements in technology that have revolutionized building maintenance management. It offers a comprehensive understanding of the various technologies utilized in the field.
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