Digging tunnels is an engineering marvel that has come a long way since tunneling projects required huge teams of workers armed with picks and shovels slowly chipping their way through countless tons of rock and … about Going Underground: The Future of Tunneling
As online communication becomes the norm, more builders share information through online platforms rather than face to face.
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 and real estate sectors are both major creators and major consumers of geographic information. We, therefore, need to work closely with the GIS community to manage our ‘location intelligence’ legacy.
Sydney’s skyline now boasts one of the largest electric cranes in the world—a Jaso J780PA undertaking the heavy lifting on Grocon’s $700m Ribbon Development at Darling Harbour.
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 and insights that big data, predictive analytics, and … about How Data Can Dramatically Transform Your Construction Projects
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.
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
Here are five 3D printed structures in operation today that offer a glimpse into the future of what the technology is capable of.