A security observation process called Onsite Visualization was executed in metro system building sites in Jakarta, Indonesia within a Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) job.
OnSite Visualization (OSV), as its name implies, is a real time data processing technology used to check security degrees at building sites. An apparatus with built in LEDs is attached to columns and walls at the building site and quantifies tipping or any irregularities. The LEDs light up like traffic lights to signal the risk level with distinct colours: blue for no irregularities, and yellowish and red for risk of fall. This clear approach to representation is significant in states with low literacy rates.
Professor Akutagawa manage the technology use. Following this, they held a seminar presenting the outcomes of the execution. The job was valued highly by the head of building at Jakarta MRT, who said that We are now able to anticipate higher standards of security direction.
In many developing countries, a sudden rise in the amount of injuries accompanies a rise in public works, and there exists an increasing dependence on security observation. I need to construct a human network that blends know how from different disciplines to enhance levels of safety and security remarked Professor Akutagawa.