As construction is rapidly moving into a digital-first world, companies are seeing major shifts thanks to how technology helps them streamline practices, reinvent personnel and equipment management, and even utilize virtual and augmented reality to … about The Evolution of Construction Technology
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From an update on Vancouver International Airport's $7 billion infrastructure program to a deep dive into the impact of COVID-19 on populous US cities, we've … about Raiders Stadium Construction Complete, Most In-Demand Contech Jobs, and Where BIM Stands Today
When Boston Dynamics introduced its Spot robotic dog in 2016, the tech world was immediately enamored with it. The yellow four-legged robot could navigate its way around obstacles, and it even fought to stay on … about Construction Leaders Team Up to Bring Robotics to The Field
As part of efforts to be able to better weather the next major disruption outside their control, some companies are giving digital solutions a closer look. A recent report by McKinsey says the construction industry … about Pandemic Helping Accelerate Construction Technology Use
Every week it seems a new “game-changing” product or idea comes along that promises to change the world forever, and sometimes actually does. That’s how technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, cloud computing, autonomous machinery, advanced … about Getting On Board With Construction Technology Initiatives
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.
When the capital projects clock starts again, time will be of the essence. The spoils will go to those who have laid the best groundwork while waiting for this restart.
Whether it’s a real estate investor, corporation, utility, manufacturing plant, government, hospital, or school system; it’s the decade of the Owner. For all types of owners, construction is a systemic challenge - common to all … about Buildings and Beyond in 2020: The Evolving Owner
The construction industry presents a vast array of opportunities to innovate through the application of Machine Learning. Not only will it make construction more efficient and innovative, the ability to capture and analyse project trends … about How Machine Learning Will Raise the Bar on Construction Safety and Performance
Procore surveyed owners and developers in the construction industry to get a feel for COVID-19’s impact. Here's what the survey showed.