KCI Technologies has unveiled a model-as-a-service (MaaS) platform, BRYX, designed for the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) sector.
The platform harnesses the capabilities of machine learning, computer vision, and computational models, all hosted securely on the cloud to optimise workflow efficiency.
BRYX aims to revolutionise the AEC industry by driving autonomy through its AI-centric models.
KCI Services Sector president Jeanne Ruthloff said: “Building on KCI’s deep market knowledge and decades-long experience, we developed BRYX to bring next-gen solutions to AEC users.
“Our goal is to continue to expand the BRYX catalogue over time with additional models that transform data and build intelligence.”
Among AEC’s current suite of offerings are a personal protective equipment detection model, which aims to bolster safety training, a traffic control device detection model that enhances roadway construction project management, and RoboFlat, a solution for testing concrete floor flatness in robotic-equipped facilities.
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The integrated cloud infrastructure allows BRYX models to automate processes that typically require manual effort, thereby delivering faster results.
In addition, BRYX’s application programming interfaces facilitate the swift integration of models into third-party applications.
This enables businesses to enter new markets, boost revenue growth, and generate significant value for their customers.
BRYX offers direct access to technology, eliminating the need for end-users to handle coding, model training, or infrastructure development via a user-friendly interface, according to KCI.
Last month, the Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District commissioned KCI for the master site planning and transformation of a 20-acre disturbed site into an environmental engagement campus in Florida, US.