The Thai Summit Tower (SMT), a high-profile, mixed-use high-rise building being built by Bouygues-Thai in Bangkok, is utilizing an anti-collision system from French crane zoning and anti-collision systems specialist AMCS Technologies.

AMCS’s DCS 61-S anti-collision system is managing the interferences between three tower cranes and two concrete masts on the 45-storey build.

The DCS 61-S systems, installed on the concrete masts, communicate with the tower cranes systems to manage the collision risks in 3D as the height of the elements is also taken into account.

The construction work started on 26 July 2021 and is scheduled for completion in October 2024. Once finished the building will cover 123,283 sqm, including four basements, and will comprise offices, retail spaces, and a hotel.