From drones to 3D printing, these are the most-read stories on construction technology in February 2021 on FCP.com.
A credit union in Tennesse partnered with Branch Technology to create the first-ever 3D printed building façade.
If your engineering, construction or architectural firm is evaluating drone adoption or expansion, here are some of the top value factors to consider.
Many companies turn to telematics when it’s too late before they realize there’s technology that can solve the issue they’ve run into. Get the system implemented early and avert the crisis in the first place.
Called the "Door Dash of Diesel," Fuel Me allows commercial transportation and construction industries to buy fuel and receive emergency roadside assistance through its app.
An airport is under construction in Coventry, England that will serve drones and other electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles.
Leonardo conducted a series of test flights in which a drone weighing 286 lbs. and powered by an electric propulsion system carried loads of up to 55 lbs., an important milestone in the drone sector.
Tech experts hash out the top considerations for construction companies wanting to add unmanned aerial vehicles to their business plan.
Green construction tech company Nexii receives investor funding, names notables to board and plans to open Pennsylvania plant in spring 2021.
Today’s real-time collaborative technologies are mining large data repositories to get game-changing benefits from keeping all project decision makers on the same page
Exosuits and exoskeletons are helping to combat worker fatigue, strain and other risks that lead to musculoskeletal disorders.