The construction industry has moved from landlines to cellphones and now smartphones. But are mobile devices the way of the future?
Are you leveraging reality capture to the fullest? Now, tech companies are working together to create new solutions targeted specifically for the construction industry.
In Central California, a new grid-connected community called De Young EnVision is being built that will include 36 Zero Energy, connected homes designed with the potential to produce as much clean energy as they consume in a year.
BIM (building information modeling) and virtual design is helping one company improve processes on perimeter security projects.
Technology is beginning to disrupt construction, with a majority of companies looking for ways to improve efficiencies and reduce accidents.
One new case study demonstrates how BIM (building information modeling) is helping identify clashes, while enabling a project to be built ahead of schedule.
During the past few years, the construction industry has seen a number of equity partnerships that are shaping how technology is leveraged.
The CDOT (Colorado Dept. of Transportation), www.codot.gov, unveiled a work zone vehicle designed to advance safety for roadway maintenance crews.