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Streamline Material Flows with a Connected Jobsite

The construction industry has long issued paper purchase orders (POs), which, in theory, flow from a buyer to a material supplier to confirm orders for construction materials.

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To See It Is to Believe It

Contractors use augmented reality (AR) in a number of ways on a variety of projects to show clients a space, resolve clashes and under-stand how much work has been finished.

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5G

Faster connections. Less lag time. Ability to connect more devices simultaneously. These three benefits of a 5G wireless network have the potential to significantly affect productivity, safety and quality on a construction site.

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How the Coronavirus Is Bringing the Future, Faster

One of the clear impacts of the coronavirus pandemic is the acceleration of a host of innovations that were already underway within the construction industry and our association.

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Untouched by Human Hands

The long-predicted robotic future of construction has begun. The industry has lagged behind others like automotive and aerospace in adopting robotic labor because, until now, most building robots could only operate efficiently in a controlled, consistent environment like a factory.

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Construction Tech 2020

The construction industry has a rep for being slow on the tech uptake. We asked Gonzalo Galindo why.

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Game Changer

It can be difficult for a construction worker to visualize what kinds of hazards they’ll face on a jobsite when they’re sitting in a conference room, watching training videos and slideshows.

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