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Modular construction can play a role in the industry becoming more sustainable, and tech can turbocharge this process, says Eva Carranza, Hexagon’s Global Director ESG & Sustainability
KPMG survey reveals sector’s increased takeup of robotic process automation, virtual reality, project management information systems (PIMS), drones, smart sensors and AI
New features from a Trimble company lets contractors communicate automatically and in real time
Rich Humphrey from Bentley Systems tells Andy Brown how construction can take its next step on the tech journey
Crews by Core is said to return approximately 6 hours a week to every field supervisor with real-time schedule analysis
The company says that the new functionality gives actionable insights into the production rate of all installed elements in a few hours
Richard Clements outlines his top five ways the sector can look to improve productivity in the coming years by adopting technological advancements and maximising the potential that digital processes bring to construction
The Gateway 3 dashboard gives contractors and developers real-time visibility to manage their building information deliverables in one place
Catrin Jones speaks to Eduardo Gomez, head of CRH Ventures, on how the company is investing into construction technology
Project management software has proven to be the most effective technology purchase in construction.
With the differences between diesel models from different OEMs declining, could electrification be a game changer?
Robotics firm joins materials company USG to address skills shortages, schedule and budget overruns and quality inconsistencies
The platform is said to improve collaboration between all participants and helps to create conditions for unambiguous and timely communication throughout all project stages
Can standardising data bolster the impact of lifecycle assessments in reaching net-zero construction?
Antony Brophy, UK Director of Business Development at Cobuilder, looks at how standardising data could bolster the impact of lifecycle assessments in reaching net-zero construction
Programme to target new technologies and innovative solutions to solve global water challenges
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) are the single largest cause of work-related illness in the sector. Are exoskeletons the answer?
Respondents in Topcon’s report also believe machine control may be the answer to making the sector more sustainable
Ireland-based Twinit Limited says that Twinit’s mission is to build an ecosystem of partners to power the Digital Twin economy
Manufacturer aims to bring large zero emissions machines to market in ‘near future’
North America is ready for electric construction equipment, contrary to perceptions in some quarters that appetite for the machines lags that in Europe.