2021 is shaping up to be another year rife with tech advancements in the construction industry. Here are the top stories you were reading in March about the world of drones, asset tracking, productivity tech and more.
An asset tracking solution by Bouygues Construction is connecting 20,000 pieces of equipment for remote real-time management and optimization.
A proactive approach to strategize and manage projects is essential to ensure productivity. Here's how you can retaliate against disputes and avoid rework using construction management technology.
If your engineering, construction or architectural firm is evaluating drone adoption or expansion, here are some of the top value factors to consider.
An airport is under construction in Coventry, England that will serve drones and other electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles.
Construction has seen a surging acceptance of various forms of technology during the COVID-19 pandemic. But will it continue once the crisis is over?
Drone experts at Kansas State Polytechnic hosted its “UAS FAA Regulation Update” webinar on Feb. 25, which provided clarification on upcoming drone rule changes.
Tech experts hash out the top considerations for construction companies wanting to add unmanned aerial vehicles to their business plan.
Cliff Fetner, Soil Connect, and Aaron Toppston, The Walsh Group, examine the key trends behind the substantial increase in tech adoption in construction, as well as how to assess the value of technology investments.
As the pandemic continues to change the way businesses run, construction companies have begun to realize the importance of going digital.
What’s more fun than dancing robots? Boston Dynamics employees created a video of the company's robots dancing to "Do You Love Me?" by the Contours to showcase how far robot mobility has come in recent years.