The tarmac just got a little bit more crowded, as drones are looking to make their presence known at major international airports.
Construction is based upon joining forces and working together, and some of the industry’s top tech providers are following suit to remain innovative and competitive in the marketplace.
While construction has always been a joint effort, the collaborative nature of the jobsite not only thrives on working together to finish projects, but discovering new ways to get them done.
In anticipation of elevating its mobile SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platform to the next level, Klipboard, klipboard.io, a startup provider out of London, announced a Pre-Series A investment round, from private equity and angel investors, bringing its previously raised amount of $900,000, to a little over $2 million.
Whether it be partnerships, joint efforts, or other collaborative deals, the construction industry has realized that investments in new avenues have become vital to maintaining momentum on projects and driving new innovations.
The cloud has become essential in order for construction companies to remain competitive and connected to project data at all times.
BIM (building information modeling) is becoming one of the most innovative and useful methods for improving processes anywhere in the world.
Construction professionals need tools that can run longer—and as such manufacturers are coming to market with new batteries to keep tools running longer.
Along with electric tools on the jobsite, air-pressurized hardware is crucial for specialized tasks in construction, demolition, municipal work, and much more. To ensure the right piece of equipment, JET Tools, www.jettools.com, has introduced a new line of pneumatic tools to help make it easier.
As new solutions in construction emerge faster than ever, Technavio, www.technavio.com, is reporting the global AEC (architectural, engineering, and construction) market will continue to dominate with a 12% CAGR (compound annual growth rate) through 2021.