SEATTLE, December 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) has adopted Lighthouse, the industry’s leading visual inspection technology, agency-wide following a successful pilot program that delivered measurable efficiencies and strengthened collaboration between teams across the islands. The agency first used HeadLight’s technology on several projects on the islands of Hawaii, Kauai and Maui from July 2019. As adoption of the technology grew in HDOT teams, the agency formalized an approach for state-wide use in October 2020. The use of HeadLight supported the agency’s goals of improving efficiency while streamlining processes and reducing reliance on paper as part of the agency’s environmental initiatives.
Hawaii Department of Transportation prioritizes productivity by adopting agency-wide HeadLight inspection technology
“HDOT is constantly looking for ways to improve the way we repair the roads and bridges of residents of Hawaii depends on “said Ed sniffen, deputy director of highways for the Hawaii Department of Transportation. “Using HeadLight allows our team members to collaborate in real time; minimizing disruption to the traveling public and improving the efficiency of our project delivery process. “
HeadLight’s visual inspection technology enables infrastructure construction professionals to capture, share and act on jobsite data in real time, providing the visual source of truth they need to confidently deliver. a complete and precise picture of their work from day one. . By improving the quality of captured data and streamlining workflows, Lighthouse supports HDOT’s goal of maximizing the resources available to provide a safe, efficient, accessible and sustainable road network for the state of Hawaii.
During the pilot project, HDOT successfully integrated the functionality of HeadLight with two other innovative technologies, including a cloud-based project document and cost management tool, as well as construction productivity software. Leveraging all three technologies has created a streamlined, modern approach to infrastructure management that ultimately saves costs and improves productivity. This approach provides HDOT with an essential foundation for the design, construction and maintenance of infrastructure projects today and in the future, reassuring the traveling public that roads and bridges are safe and sustainable.
“HDOT has demonstrated its commitment to innovation, both from an infrastructure and process development perspective,” said Chelsea merrill, Director of Market Development for HeadLight. “Given the state’s unique geography, the agency is well positioned to benefit greatly from advanced solutions that enhance remote connectivity and collaboration. By modernizing the inspection process and enabling robust data capture, greater transparency and more informed project execution, our technology supports HDOT’s goals of delivering infrastructure projects efficiently and on budget. . “
HeadLight is committed to providing the resources and tools that enable local and state transportation departments to modernize the way they build and maintain this country’s infrastructure for faster, more reliable, less risky and less project delivery. expensive. The company was recently named to the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 5000 lists in 2021 in recognition of its revenue growth of 334% over three years.
HeadLight is visual inspection technology that provides a visual source of truth about infrastructure projects. Originally designed through collaborative efforts with infrastructure owners and their field inspection teams, HeadLight increases the accountability and efficiency of construction projects by enabling teams to capture, share and experience ” act on site data in real time. Current organizations that use HeadLight include transportation departments, engineering companies, contractors, and industry-related materials companies. For more information, please visit www.headlight.com.
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