When it comes to managing attendance on a construction site, safety is of the utmost importance. It is especially true since a construction site is a high-risk environment, with more than 3,414 casualties having taken … about A Connected Jobsite Can Improve Safety
The Internet of Things (IoT) has ushered in an era of connected devices that communicate freely with one another without human intervention.
Construction may not experience the extent of fraud seen in sectors like healthcare and finance, but the fraudulent activities that do happen in C&E still take a fairly significant bite.
In an increasingly urbanised world, smart infrastructures are required to increase the liveability of our future cities, especially in Australia where some 90 per cent of the population lives in cities.
As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
Every year people spill a lot of ink (or pixels) about safety in construction. Many safety efforts aim to reduce costs, but people are beginning to also discuss the greater benefit of reducing pain and … about 6 Ways to Reduce your Project’s Safety Risks
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
The construction industry is awash in data, which until recently was seen as little more than a project byproduct to be filed away once the job is over.
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