Abu Dhabi building first to use Ropebot solution
Abu Dhabi, September 22, 2013
The Capital Gate in Abu Dhabi has become the first building in the region to utilise Ropebot technology, an access solution that provides real time live data on building maintenance.
Developed by Q Avalon, a leading access solution providers, Ropebot is a remote high definition camera technology that can beam a wireless real-time feed from the abseiler to building management professionals.
The technology allows maintenance professionals to guide the abseiler’s building assessment, delivering instructions and requests, said a statement.
The data can be beamed to remote locations anywhere in the world, meaning contractors need not be physically present to participate in the building assessment. Data can also be stored and recorded for future reference and documentation, it said.
CEO Pieter Idenburg, Adnec Group, the owners of the building, said: “Capital Gate is a building with a unique design that offers an on-going challenge to deliver the highest standards of building maintenance. Q Avalon’s technology allows us to assess every detail of this building.”
Q Avalon’s technology not only offers surveillance services but also allows the skilled technician to carry out instant repairs, engineering works, replacements and even cleaning, said the statement. - TradeArabia News Service
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