Large segments of the construction industry still consider robots as a far-off technology of the future, with no practical application for their companies. That attitude has been slowly shifting, and new research is forecasting the … about Thousands of Robots Expected to be on Jobsites by 2025
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.
With costs and revenue always top of mind, construction businesses should expect big results from their technology investments.
Finding a cost-effective way to overcome inefficiency and waste in your construction project processes does not need to be expensive. Mobile and cloud-based solutions offered on a pay-as-you-go basis can help businesses to add value … about Building Your Technology Stack
By some estimates, more than 1.2 billion users, including most of the real estate industry, rely upon Microsoft Excel. While Excel is a powerful commercial tool for statistical, engineering, and financial data tracking and analysis, … about Six Pitfalls of Excel in Commercial Real Estate Cost Tracking
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 … about How to Protect your Smart Buildings from Cyber Threats
A new whitepaper put out by FMI Corp. shows that although the construction industry generates huge sums of data in almost everything it does, very little of that data is put to use in any sort … about Not Capturing Data is a Missed Opportunity for Construction Firms
Construction work as we well know is a team effort, requiring the synchronization of workers, equipment and materials. And just as construction workers need to be trained to work among and around their fellow workers, … about The Next Frontier: Robots Working in Squads
The majority of project teams on site today still utilize outdated processes—even though there are plenty of technology solutions available to automate them and vastly improve the workload. The reasons for this lagging adoption vary, … about Investing in Construction Technology: What You Need to Know
In the Dark Ages, when software came in a box and was sold at big stores, programmers were in direct - and devilish - competition. Some software even deleted competing software or made things run … about The Rising Tide of Software Integration