CONCRETE JOURNAL Vol.60, No.5, May. 2022
Japan Concrete Institute (JCI No.680)


Infrastructure on Transportation in Hokkaido
By T. Sugiyama

Special Issue: Next Generation Concrete Construction Pioneered by DX in Construction
-Toward the New Normal after the COVID-19 Pandemic-

  1. Introduction
    1.1 Efforts and Future Developments to Accelerate DX in the Infrastructure Sector by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan
    By Y. Tanaka
    1.2 Current Status and Prospects of DX Utilization in Construction Work
    By K. Kasai, T. Imaishi and M. Kitauchi
    1.3 Improving the Attractiveness of the Construction Industry through Technical Alliances Such as Construction Robots
    By M. Sugata, K. Yanagita and S. Sakamoto
  2. Production and Transportation of Concrete
    2.1 Prediction of Slump for Concrete Manufacturing Process Using AI
    By H. Hayano, M. Kudo and K. Koike
    2.2 Social Implementation of Cloud Shearing Type Concrete Quality Management System and Utilization for Manufacturing and Transportation of Digitized Information of Ready-Mixed Concrete
    By T. Ohtomo, T. Hashiguchi, S. Kawashima and K. Kasai
    2.3 Field Application Example of Real-Time Continuous Management Technology for Fresh Concrete by Using Probe System Installed on an Agitator Truck Drum
    By A. Mohri, Y. Hirofuji, M. Yasuda and J. Umetsu
    2.4 Automation of Concrete Transportation by an Autonomous Robot
    By T. Chiba, H. Kurachi, M. Koike and S. Nagasaka
  3. Concrete Construction
    3.1 Development of Robot Arm Rebar Assembly System
    By H. Hasegawa, I. Takenoi and N. Okamoto
    3.2 Development of Concrete Compaction Management System Utilizing AI
    By H. Yamaguchi, H. Nemoto, M. Uno and J. Chujo
    3.3 Autonomous Control Operation System of Robot for Concrete Slab Finishing and Issues of On-Site Deployment
    By Y. Nakamura
    3.4 Efforts to Construction Support and Skill Improvement Using Cloud Communication Technology
    By Y.Tamura
    3.5 Development on a Management Technology of Filling Status of Concrete Using Long and Narrow Wetting Sensors
    By T. Ohkubo, M. Kizuka, K. Matsumoto and M. Uehara
    3.6 Work Efficiency and Labor Saving by Using Automated Concrete Form for Tunnel Lining
    By T. Shiina, S. Yamamoto, D. Yamaki and H. Sato
    3.7 Examples of Concrete Construction by 3D-Printing of Material Extrusion Method
    By S. Yamamoto, H. Ogura, Y. Satake and Y. Takenaka
    3.8 Performance Enhancement of Building Demolition Works through Digital Transformation
    By S. Fujimoto, Y. Kunieda, T. Aoki and N. Yuasa
  4. Quality Control and Inspection of Concrete
    4.1 A System Using AI and Motion Image to Control the Acceptance of the Total Amount of Concrete
    By M. Hashimoto, K. Mizuno, S. Matsumoto and S. Yanai
    4.2 Improving Productivity of Quality Management and Finished Work Management with AI Surface Evaluation and Mobile Laser Scanner Measurement on Tunnel Work
    By M. Tanaka and K. Adachi
    4.3 Fully Automate Measurement System for Bridge Cross Section -Development of System, and Application on a Construction Site-
    By R. Takaoka and T. Fujioka
    4.4 Efforts to Contribute to Productivity Improvement by Utilizing Digital Technology Such as Remote Presence in Concrete Work
    By K. Kuribara and Y. Hasegawa
    4.5 Precast Concrete at a Secondary Products Plant Witnessed Inspection by Remote Presence
    By T. Aizawa, T. Naganuma, S. Tanaka and K. Katsuyama
    4.6 Conducting the Remote Audit for Quality Control of Ready Mixed Concrete Using Mobile Device at Osaka-Hyogo Area
    By S. Yasuda and S. Hori

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