Just like any other industries, the construction industry is also undergoing a paradigm shift, and itis essential for project managers to be able to act accordingly. As 3D-printed buildings begin to emerge, the trend of robotics and its optimisation continue to improve.
Likewise, AI is also playing a vital role in several areas of our lives, but the construction industry is probably the one that experiences it most. From smart wearables to smart traffic signs, here are the 4 construction technologies that are improving efficiency.
Ever since drones became part of the construction industry, there has been a positive impact regarding the safety of workers. There are those that also utilise drones to record not only spatial locations, but ambient, distances, temperature, material humidity, and it can also be used to capture digital images for workers to analyse and rely on.
Remote Monitored Systems plc (LON:RMS) is focused on the continued development of the Company’s ‘Survey & Inspection’ business. RMS’s Geocurve subsidiary is a specialist surveying business which combines traditional survey techniques with innovative technologies including UAS/UAV, GIS databases, 3D modelling, laser and Lidar scanning and hydrographic modelling.