Lifting Load Recording and Management Method of the Lift for Construction Based Sensing Information

Taekyu Ko, Joonghwan Shin, Kyuhyup Lee, Soonwook Kwon, Chung Suk Cho, Suwan Chung, Goeun Choi

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While buildings in recent days become taller and larger, many problems occur during the management of construction. Particularly, as the vertical movement of manpower and materials during construction has become longer while the lifting frequency and load increase, the need for a good lifting management practice is also increasing. Therefore, this study presents a real-time lifting performance monitoring system that can store and manage lifting records for construction management. Through review of literature and preceding studies related to construction lift, the concept of lift planning and operation management was understood, leading to the development of a system to monitor lifting operation and performance information. This system enabled quick measurement of the lifting performance during construction phase while responding to changes in the project schedule. To verify this system, a case study was conducted in which the current status and characteristics of the sensing-based lifting performance were derived.

Original languageBritish English
Pages (from-to)125-135
Number of pages11
JournalInternational Journal of High-Rise Buildings
Issue number2
StatePublished - Jun 2022


  • Building Automation
  • Construction Lift
  • Lifting Performance
  • Lifting Record
  • Monitoring Of Lifting
  • Object Recognition Technique


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