Paper-based construction inspections are set to become a thing of the past. Emerging new innovative technology-based approaches promise better quality control, enhanced efficiency and greater transparency. Here’s some you may see coming soon to a … about Beyond the Clipboard: 5 Technologies Changing Construction Inspections
Drones are a popular piece of cutting-edge technology that many construction companies have embraced in recent years. The versatile, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can efficiently perform many tasks, from inspections to security monitoring to data … about What New Generation of Super-Strong Drones Could Mean for Construction
When you think about actual, functional technology that evokes a futuristic feeling, drones must appear on your mind. Their ability to take off, land, and perform a wide variety of other functions with minimal human … about Drones are Taking Inventory Management to New Heights
As more construction companies use drones to act as the canary in the coal mine, advances in drone technology are taking worker safety to greater heights. The Worker Bee is just one example of how … about Drone Safety: The Sky’s the Limit
Improving safety and efficiency on projects is an important consideration for any construction company, and to that end, some are turning to unmanned aerial aircraft to take on all manner of tasks.
In the construction industry, there is a number of functions drones can fulfil. They are used for site planning and inspection, risk management, safety compliance, accident prevention and investigation, project security and surveillance, and inspection. … about Drones to Deliver Safer Worksites
Until recently OSHA visits have come mostly in the form of on-the-ground safety inspections, but late last year the agency began conducting jobsite inspections using camera-equipped aerial drones, raising some privacy concerns in the industry.
Technology is moving faster than the regulatory environment in terms of evolving the future construction worksite. Still, the opportunities are exciting, and we should embrace change, says WT Partnership Managing Director Nick Deeks. While drones … about Construction Tech Innovation: What’s Next?
Technology is moving faster than the regulatory environment in terms of evolving the future construction worksite. Still, the opportunities are exciting, and we should embrace change, says WT Partnership Managing Director Nick Deeks. Drones are … about Drones, Robots and Clouds – Oh My
Across industries, venture capitalists and other investors gravitate toward high-growth markets. With the global construction industry set to crest $10 trillion by 2020, opportunities abound for startup companies with good ideas and the savvy investors … about Construction Tech Firms That Are Transforming The Industry