Digital Health January 19, 2023
Jordan Sollof

University Hospitals Dorset (UHD) has announced that the new building on the Royal Bournemouth Hospital site is being constructed using artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

The technology, Buildots, automatically analyses data captured at the site via helmet-mounted 360-degree cameras.

The platform then generates true-to-life progress reports supported by visuals, providing managers with accurate, objective data and in-depth analysis, leading to improved efficiency and an overall decrease in costs.

Aviv Leibovici, chief product officer at Buildots, said: “The new Royal Bournemouth Hospital building is incredibly complex, with purpose-built facilities for maternity and children’s units, as well as emergency and critical care.

“We’re proud that Buildots is enabling this complicated project to be completed in a most efficient manner, and hope that others...

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