As a construction material, timber is prized for its strength, availability, and sustainability. And yet, planning and designing a floor plan for a timber structure is no easy feat, thanks to the thousands of possible … about Designing the Perfect Floor Plan with AI
Construction projects are complex undertakings, having an extra set of eyes can decrease the possibility of something being overlooked. The larger the project, the more likely it is that something might get missed. The same … about Image Recognition Bots Can Spot Construction Project Issues Early
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?
The following is a look at six of the world’s largest and most prominent equipment brands’ robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence projects.
Technology usually takes root in an industry when it’s driven by genuine need. As the construction industry grapples with the impacts of Covid-19, now more than ever the industry should consider alternatives to ensure continued … about 5 AI Solutions Powering the Construction Industry Today
The lack of clarity around what exactly AI is and what its capabilities are may contribute to its slow uptake in construction. Fortunately, other prominent industries have already woven the technology into their operations to … about The 5 Artificial Intelligence-Based Technologies the Industry Can’t Ignore
The following six construction technology companies are among those leading the way in getting creative about how to use their product to help keep workers healthy and jobsites safe from COVID-19.
Jobsite recently sat down with James Benham, CEO at JBKnowledge. He shared his insights into how technology is changing the industry and discussed strategies companies can implement to stay ahead of the game.
A recent study released by Ernst & Young highlights some of the technological advancements causing disruption in the construction industry, and points out several it expects to grow most over the next five years.
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.