Final Event

Missed the final event of the project? Watch the recording.
COCkPiT’s team members and people from local and international companies gave their point of view on construction processes.

When: 15 December 2020 at 2pm

What: Have a look at the program (IT, DE)

Where:  Zoom

Registration: Free registration is required.

Project Information

COCkPiT (Collaborative Construction Process Management) is a project financed by the Province of Bolzano, within the European EFRE-FESR Program on the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Project Budget: € 747.700
Project Duration: 01/2017 – 12/2020
CUP: I52F16000670006

For detailed project description click here.

Download the project flyer (DE, EN, IT)

Project Objectives

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Collaborative Process Modeling

The aim of process modeling is to collect the requirements of a construction process by specifying i)the tasks to be executed; ii) the locations where they need to be executed; iii) the resources needed; iv) the productivity; v) possible temporal dependencies among them.

Outcomes of the project will be a framework, methodology and tool to support a collaborative process modeling (i.e. involving the main actors taking part to the project).


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Short-Term Schedule

A process schedule should be i) defined over a short-term temporal window (daily/week); ii) must consider resources actually available on-site; iii) based on up-to-date data on the progress of the work on site.

The project aims at developing suitable methodology and a SW prototype to support a detailed, short-term schedule. Both aspect will be integrated with the modeling module (e.g., to check dependency satisfaction, to determine needed resources for a task).


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Real-Time Monitoring

The monitoring module is integrated with the modeling and the scheduling one. Specifically, i) scheduling is performed based on current information of the overall work progress; and ii)information on the expected progress in the model is updated according to real conditions on site.

An outcome of the project will be a methodology to ensure that the progress is measured coherently for the different tasks, and a SW prototype for supporting the monitoring of the progress on-site (using mobile devices). The system will elaborate the data and present statistical information, highlighting potential problems or source of delay.


Team Members