Here are three construction tech trends on a collision course with construction’s routine and a connection to a deeper dive into the industry's future.
Construction projects are complex undertakings, having an extra set of eyes can decrease the possibility of something being overlooked. The larger the project, the more likely it is that something might get missed. The same … about Image Recognition Bots Can Spot Construction Project Issues Early
As disruptive a force as the pandemic has been on global construction work, C&E firms have been adapting to their new environment with technology. We took a look at five technologies that construction firms have … about Top 5 Construction Technologies Tackling COVID-19 Challenges
Environmental data is the least likely type of information to be managed through specialist software, according to companies surveyed for Procore’s How We Build Now 2020 report. It does, however, touch on multiple areas construction … about How Capturing Environmental Data on Your Construction Projects Can Help You Get Ahead
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
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.
Typically, as a technology finds a home in a particular industry, its new and better uses are inevitably discovered over time. In recent years we’ve seen that natural progression with GPS technology. From simple location … about GPS is Taking Construction to New Heights
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.