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Construction Dive | June 01, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has shocked U.S. construction into needing to adopt new technologies to maintain social distancing and monitor jobsites remotely. Those adaptations, some construction leaders say, should have been adopted in the first place, before the pandemic forced contractors to implement them.
The outbreak has also forced more connection between the site and office, as most office workers have been relegated to working from home. Shared data and digital connectivity i...
Waterline Projects | July 15, 2020
Since 2019, 75 per cent of Waterline’s multi-disciplinary engineering projects were delivered without an engineer ever setting foot onsite. Initially unintentional, this remote model became a key function of this engineering consultancy’s approach throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, as accessing the site was no longer an option across the Queensland resources industry, where 85 per cent of its work was based.
Due to travel and personnel restrictions imposed by the pandem...
Trimble ,KTH | June 04, 2021
Sweden'sKTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) has received a gift from Trimble to establish a state-of-the-art Technology Lab for architecture, engineering and construction (AEC). The lab will expand the university's leadership in training and research in 3D building design, digital fabrication and the sustainable built environment.
Trimble's broadConnected Constructionportfolio enables all professionals along the project lifecycle to accelera...
PBC Today | August 21, 2020
New research by Samsung looks at the benefits of rugged technology in construction, revealing more than nine out of ten employees would like their company to invest in more devices in the future. Samsung has revealed the results of a multi-industry research study into the use of rugged technology, looking at key benefits such as productivity and cost-saving, resulting in more than nine out of ten (92%) construction professionals who have experienced these first-hand, keen to invest in more. The ...
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