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?
A recent survey found only one in five surveyed construction firms met the criteria of being ready for the future, according to KPMG’s Future Ready Index. The defining characteristic that makes them ready? Innovation.
Pasadena-based Kinemetrics is one company specializing in earthquake and building monitoring technology. It offers sensor-based systems installed throughout a building which gather and transmit seismic data, measuring an earthquake’s severity, duration and more.
Typically, as a technology finds a home in a particular industry, its new and better uses are inevitably discovered over time. In recent years we’ve seen that natural progression with GPS technology. From simple location … about GPS is Taking Construction to New Heights
From devastating bushfires to a global pandemic, the sheer scale of disruption over the past twelve months has been unprecedented for most of us in the industry. And yet, hope prevails.
Top of mind for participants of Procore's "We're in this Together" webinar series was worker safety. Construction leaders also discussed everything from dealing with project shutdowns to finding opportunities in the midst of unprecedented challenges.