Even in construction, artificial intelligence applications range from a formless networked virtual computer-dwelling brain that crunches mountains of data, to an array of data-collecting sensors, to real-live physical robots autonomously laying bricks. It’s still early … about How Will Artificial Intelligence Change the Construction Industry?
Over the last few years, mixed-use megaprojects were seeing something of a boom. All-in-one commercial and living complexes are growing in popularity in urban areas. These highly planned, walkable communities integrate residential, shopping, and nightlife … about 5 Billion-Dollar Mixed-Use Megaprojects Underway in the US
This year’s Groundbreak 2020 attendees heard from a truly inspiring leader, Lt. Gen. (Retired) Nadja Y. West, who served as the 44th Army surgeon general and is the former Commanding General of U.S. Army Medical … about A Trailblazer Discusses Qualities Needed for Getting Through Uncertain Times
The following is a look at six of the world’s largest and most prominent equipment brands’ robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence projects.
They say slow and steady wins the race, and this adage is definitely applicable when it comes to construction technology adoption. The industry has made great strides over the last decade to become a more … about Can Innovating Slowly Help Speed Up Construction Technology Adoption?
As major industries go, construction is both very hands-on and facetime heavy. So, when the pandemic hit and remote and socially distanced workplaces became the norm, C&E firms had to move quickly. This meant adapting … about Is the Pandemic Helping Fuel the Remote Construction Market?
Protecting the environment and living and working more sustainably have become global priorities in recent years. The trendline is moving in the direction of an even more restrictive environment for the worst polluters. Here are … about 5 Top Methods for a More Sustainable Construction Industry
Our nation’s healthcare workers have been at the forefront during the coronavirus pandemic, with hospitals and medical facilities jammed to capacity, facing shortages of critical supplies, and working in what might be the most high-risk … about How the Pandemic Could Change the Future Design and Construction of Hospitals
Procore recently hosted a wide-ranging discussion with key team members of some of the biggest and most prominent names in renewable energy. The conversation during the webinar covered a variety of topics, with one important … about Renewable Energy Leaders Discuss Big Benefits of Using One Global Platform
As the world becomes more eco-conscious, more manufacturers are starting to turn to the production of carbon-smart building materials that can replace traditional cement, roof shingles, bricks, siding, and much more. The following six low-carbon … about Six Low-Carbon Building Materials for a Greener Construction Industry