Senior lecturer IPEIS; ENIS

CV Mohamed ksantini

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing many sectors, including construction. AI offers considerable potential to improve the efficiency, productivity and sustainability of buildings.
AI can be applied to all aspects of a building’s lifecycle, from design to operation.

  • In design, AI can be used to optimize the energy performance, safety and comfort of buildings. It can also be used to create virtual 3D models of buildings, allowing architects and engineers to test different designs and identify potential problems before construction.
  • In construction, AI can be used to automate certain tasks, such as job scheduling, inventory management and security. It can also be used to improve the quality of work and reduce costs.
  • In operation, AI can be used to manage heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, security and equipment. It can also be used to collect and analyze data on building performance, helping to identify opportunities for improvement.
    AI offers a number of benefits for the construction industry, including:
  • Greater efficiency: AI can automate certain tasks, freeing up time and resources for other tasks.
    • Better productivity: AI can optimize processes, leading to improved productivity.
  • Greater sustainability: AI can be used to improve the energy performance of buildings, which helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Better security: AI can be used to improve building security, by detecting potential risks and taking corrective action.
    AI is still an emerging technology, and there are a number of challenges to overcome in applying it to the construction sector. These challenges include:
  • Data availability: AI requires large amounts of data to function effectively.
  • Scalability: AI must be able to adapt to changes, such as evolving regulations or technologies.
  • User acceptance: AI must be accepted by users, who must be convinced of its benefits.