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
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A recent study released by Ernst & Young highlights some of the technological advancements causing disruption in the construction industry, and points out several it expects to grow most over the next five years.
Construction firms are adopting autonomous robotics for a variety of reasons, particularly safety, efficiency, and cost-savings. The following are five ways autonomous robotics are helping construction companies do more with less.
The next frontier for this rapidly emerging technology could well be the construction industry, which experts are predicting will lead to fewer jobsite injuries and accidents, and greatly increased efficiency and precision.
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