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.
Slowly but surely, as the potential efficiency gains realized by digitizing the capture and storage of that information become clear, more companies are relying on smart apps to do the heavy lifting.
Large segments of the construction industry still consider robots as a far-off technology of the future, with no practical application for their companies. That attitude has been slowly shifting, and new research is forecasting the … about Thousands of Robots Expected to be on Jobsites by 2025
Construction work as we well know is a team effort, requiring the synchronization of workers, equipment and materials. And just as construction workers need to be trained to work among and around their fellow workers, … about The Next Frontier: Robots Working in Squads
With all of those smarts on board in today’s cars, it stands to reason that the roads upon which they drive should also be updated. We’re already seeing crews being tasked with baking in sensors … about Smart Highways are Paving a Road to the Future
The global market for Artificial Intelligence in Construction is expected to grow at an average of more than 38 per cent annually between now and 2024, according to recent research. US-based firm Zion Market Research … about How AI Will Supercharge the Construction Industry
Technology is expected to deliver productivity gains, improve processes and reduce the burden of paper-shuffling for contractors in Australia, according to recent study.
More and more consumers and brands are becoming attuned to the benefits of having conversational transactions of information easily accessible and connected to their devices.
Although originally developed to answer questions on the TV game show Jeopardy! (where it left human opponents in the dust back in 2011), IBM’s proprietary cognitive computing platform has evolved into one of the world’s … about Fluor turns to IBM Artificial Intelligence on Megaprojects