With the wearables market set to surge to $54 billion by 2023, the rise of wearable technology is poised to have several key impacts on the construction industry.
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Construction’s labor pool is getting pinched from both sides by the dual forces of an aging workforce and fewer younger workers pursuing careers in the trades. Simultaneously, the demand for work is seeing all-time highs.
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Slowly but surely, as the potential efficiency gains realized by digitizing the capture and storage of that information become clear, more companies are relying on smart apps to do the heavy lifting.
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.
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.
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According to an analysis by AEC Business, new research is shining a light on how improved situational awareness can help workers be more productive and companies more profitable.