AMCS anti-collision and zoning systems manage 59 cranes at Dubai Creek Harbour
The system manages the largest number of cranes to avoid interference in one location for 9 different contractors
AMCS Technologies' DCS 60 anti-collision and zoning systems are being used to manage 59 cranes at the Island District area of the Dubai Creek Harbour construction project. The system manages the largest number of cranes to avoid interference in one location for 9 different contractors.
The complexity of this project is based on the proximity of different luffing and topless cranes, which creates many areas of interferences. The construction site can face collisions between jibs, jibs and counter-jibs, jibs and cables.
Radoine Bouajaj, sales director, AMCS Technologies, said: "Anti-collision and zoning systems are essential for this spectacular project, managed locally by our exclusive dealer in the UAE, A and Z technologies represented by Abdelrahman Saafin. The DCS 60 guarantees site safety by managing prohibited areas and interferences between cranes. It makes the work even easier by displaying useful settings for operating the crane. Currently, AMCS technologies’ anti collision systems play a fundamental role to build more than 33 high rise buildings and ensure the safety of more than 10000 employees on the job site."