Since its release in 1983, Microsoft Office, a bundled productivity software, has taken the world by storm. Of the Microsoft Office suite, Excel stands as one of the most popular. Businesses of all sizes have … about Why Excel is Dangerous for Your Business
In the construction business, precision counts. Working with thin profit margins means contractors must constantly walk a fine line between profitability and busting their budget, so everything from material deliveries to how labor is distributed … about Field Financials: Narrowing the Gap Between Office and Field Teams
Concrete slabs are something of an unsung hero in construction projects. All buildings have them, but they’re designed to be hidden, providing foundational support while tucked well out of sight. But if researchers at ETH Zurich have … about Tips for Finding the Right Construction Technology for Your Business
In response, construction camera services provider OxBlue has turned its extensive network of cameras into an AI-supported tool to monitor construction activity during the outbreak.
To hedge against current business threats, construction companies should look to technological solutions to shore up profitability and remain competitive in the face of such challenges.
The past few years have seen significant improvements in construction project information mobility. Unfortunately, many firms are still reluctant to embrace these technological advancements. With smartphone and tablet usage continually increasing and becoming more ubiquitous … about Mobility is Not a Luxury––It’s a Necessity
Webinars are having a major moment right now, and not only because of current restrictions on face-to-face gatherings. This approach to sharing information, training, and collaboration resolves issues around time, distance and cost for many … about How Webinars Can Help You Connect, Collaborate and Work Remotely
Construction’s somewhat tricky relationship with technology has been put to the test in recent years, as increasing demands, ever-tightening margins and a shrinking labor pool have all squeezed the industry. Nevertheless, more firms than ever … about How Construction Technology is Changing the Way We Build
Construction may not experience the extent of fraud seen in sectors like healthcare and finance, but the fraudulent activities that do happen in C&E still take a fairly significant bite.
Construction firms are adopting autonomous robotics for a variety of reasons, particularly safety, efficiency, and cost-savings. The following are five ways autonomous robotics are helping construction companies do more with less.