The global market for Artificial Intelligence in Construction is expected to grow at an average of more than 38 per cent annually between now and 2024, according to recent research. US-based firm Zion Market Research pinpointed technologies including natural language processing, machine learning and deep learning to be among the AI’s leading applications.
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 of HVAC, for example, can also provide a gateway for cybercriminals to hack into sensitive systems.
Creating a built environment that meets the needs of our elderly residents is one of the most significant challenges the building and design industries face today. While the internal fitout and interior design play an important part in creating the right environment, we are now seeing some really cool technology implemented early in the construction phase.
Additive manufacturing, otherwise known as, 3D printing, is having what you might call “a moment” in construction. The technology is prized for its ability to quickly produce all kinds of structures for pennies on the dollar compared to traditional construction methods.
Imagine meeting your colleagues, stakeholders and team in one spot where you can not only collaborate at the round table but walk around your entire project before the slab has even been poured. Throughout Australia we have several companies focused on providing these services. One of them is One to One Displays.
In past years, construction data was collected mostly on paper and filed away at the end of each project never to be seen again. 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 could be huge if big data was widely digitized.
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