Sydney’s skyline now boasts one of the largest electric cranes in the world—a Jaso J780PA undertaking the heavy lifting on Grocon’s $700m Ribbon Development at Darling Harbour.
While we are definitely seeing a movement of data being put to good use, the construction industry is still hesitant to take the plunge. However, the benefits and insights that big data, predictive analytics, and … about How Data Can Dramatically Transform Your Construction Projects
Here are five 3D printed structures in operation today that offer a glimpse into the future of what the technology is capable of.
With costs and revenue always top of mind, construction businesses should expect big results from their technology investments.
Finding a cost-effective way to overcome inefficiency and waste in your construction project processes does not need to be expensive. Mobile and cloud-based solutions offered on a pay-as-you-go basis can help businesses to add value … about Building Your Technology Stack
With the emergence of smart buildings leveraging the Internet of Things and other digital technologies has come a whole new set of risks, according to cybersecurity experts. The same system that allows for remote monitoring … about How to Protect your Smart Buildings from Cyber Threats
One of the great technological innovations of our time has been the connectivity of everything. Objects become more than just objects when they’re capable of going online, which enables them to collect millions of data … about The Promise of the Smart Jobsite
Learn from Milton Walters, VP of Marketing APAC at Procore Technologies about how technology is changing the multibillion dollar construction industry.
Smartphone adoption has continued to rise, with a recent Deloitte survey finding 85 per cent of Australians now own a smartphone. The near ubiquity of smartphones has empowered construction industry professionals to improve efficiencies in … about Going Mobile: Boosting Safety and Efficiencies on the Construction Site
Cranes are one of the major risk areas on a construction site, but a team of researchers at Monash University have come up with a new approach to reducing the risks—using real-time sensing technology and … about Using Gaming Software to Improve Crane Safety