Construction tech pact signed

The Housing Bureau and the Applied Science & Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) today signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly explore innovative solutions and applications for enhancing construction efficiency and safety as well as optimising property management processes.


Together with the Housing Department, the Housing Bureau assumes the responsibility of constructing a massive amount of public housing and managing nearly 200 public housing estates.


The first batch of technologies being studied includes Smart Optical Sensing for High Precision Modular Integrated Construction Positioning, Enhanced 5G Coverage for Remote Crane Control and Universal AI Predictive Maintenance System for Lifts.


Speaking at the signing ceremony, Secretary for Housing Winnie Ho said that with the ASTRI's rich experience in research and development and application, the quality and efficiency in areas such as construction, estate management and customer services will be significantly enhanced.

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