The Internet of Things (IoT) has ushered in an era of connected devices that communicate freely with one another without human intervention.
Today, there are multiple electronic forms of documentation. However, without proper correspondence management systems, paperwork can still be hard to find, according to Robert Hudman, director of digital construction strategy consultancy Knight Solutions.
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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.
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.
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With the wearables market set to surge to $54 billion by 2023, the rise of wearable technology is poised to have several key impacts on the construction industry.