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.
One of the great technological innovations of our time has been the connectivity of everything. Objects become more than just objects when they’re capable of going online, which enables them to collect millions of data … about The Promise of the Smart Jobsite
Every year people spill a lot of ink (or pixels) about safety in construction. Many safety efforts aim to reduce costs, but people are beginning to also discuss the greater benefit of reducing pain and … about 6 Ways to Reduce your Project’s Safety Risks
Learn from Milton Walters, VP of Marketing APAC at Procore Technologies about how technology is changing the multibillion dollar construction industry.
If you are managing a single construction project, or a few at the same time, you are definitely not in one place for long. Because increasing workloads and change are the nature of construction, for … about Are Your Construction Projects as Mobile as You Are?
Smartphone adoption has continued to rise, with a recent Deloitte survey finding 85 per cent of Australians now own a smartphone. The near ubiquity of smartphones has empowered construction industry professionals to improve efficiencies in … about Going Mobile: Boosting Safety and Efficiencies on the Construction Site
Automation has improved by leaps and bounds over the last decade, and the technology is proving viable as more companies start to incorporate some degree of autonomy into their vehicles. For example, companies like Caterpillar … about Doosan Bobcat Aims to Make Equipment Smarter
Although originally developed to answer questions on the TV game show Jeopardy! (where it left human opponents in the dust back in 2011), IBM’s proprietary cognitive computing platform has evolved into one of the world’s … about Fluor turns to IBM Artificial Intelligence on Megaprojects
The Lean Construction Institute describes a simple method for preventing logjams on a construction project. The first step is to gather the people involved in the project and have them talk through the best approach … about How Lean Construction Can Boost Productivity
Andrew Carlson is a Product Manager (PM) at Procore, the construction software giant. From real-time drawing management to photo-assisted observations, Procore throws innovative, labor-saving wonder at your productivity gaps. How is this done? Carlson, an … about Birth of a Procore Tool