The four-legged machine, which can walk up and down stairs and move across uneven ground, is being used to regularly scan the site to monitor progress at Battersea Roof Gardens.
This information Spot collects is fed back to Foster + Partners and used to build and update a “digital twin” model of the project as it is built. The model can be used to compare the design to the built reality.
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