New Delhi: Taking into account the central government’s Digital India as well as Atmanirbhar Bharat initiatives, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has for the first time implemented a custom project monitoring software to track the progress of its Phase IV corridors and the Patna Metro and monitor.
Up to phase III, DMRC’s project monitoring is done offline. The new step is part of the DMRC’s digitization of its functioning.
With the implementation of this new technology, known as IPMS (Integrated Project Monitoring Software), engineers from DMRC can now monitor the progress of the work through this dedicated platform.
This important initiative of the DMRC will monitor the progress of the work of all disciplines – civil, electrical and mechanical, and signal and telecommunications package at the main project manager and project manager levels and gradually at the level of directors and managing director.
A consortium of three Indian companies is responsible for this responsibility and the software is indigenously developed by Indian Engineers.
Via IPMS, all phases of project planning and implementation from the tender stage to the revenue operation of each corridor will be monitored, including issues of availability at the front, such as land availability, tree transplantation and relocation of services and design status, said Anuj Dayal said. , Executive Director (Corporate Communications) DMRC.
For this purpose, the procedure main construction scheme was drawn up and uploaded in IPMS.
The IPMS includes the features of integration of other construction software such as Primavera project planning schedules and 3D BIM (three-dimensional building information modeling) and a mobile app that allows real-time progress on the site to be uploaded in IPMS. .
Role-based access is provided from Higher Management to the Junior Engineering Level through specially designed Dashboards and a mobile application.
The project progress can be seen in Dashboards as well as in 3D models.
The software was launched in April earlier this year and is used to monitor the progress of contract packages that have been awarded and are in progress. As the works are gradually awarded, they are integrated into IPMS.
Specially designed dashboards will contain the progress of all important components of the construction and their status can be checked only with the click of a button.
The implementation of this software will make project monitoring easier, as the IPMS portal is accessible from anywhere from mobiles, laptops and computers.
It will also help in improving record keeping and knowledge exchange among the engineers.
DMRC’s provider payment portal with all relevant information regarding payments to the providers, will also be integrated with this platform in the coming days.
This project by DMRC is an excellent example of the Government’s Digital India as well as Atmanirbhar Bharat initiatives.
Source: Telangana Today