New Technologies in the Construction Industry
For a sector with a global turnover of $10 trillion, productivity concerns are a harbinger of doom, and it doesn't help that we are overwhelmed with information about the likelihood for disruption in the industry – new technologies that will fundamentally the way the market evolves.
These may look like something out of a movie but Exo suits are taking the world by storm at the moment. They are being used in many different industries like the military, health care, and even construction. So how do these exo suits help construction? What if you could ware a suit that done all the heavy lifting for you? What if you didn’t have to lift that 25kg Jackhammer all day and all you had to do was hold the button and let the suit do all the work?
Perfect Hire are always looking into new technologies to improve our services and streamline our customer support so we can help all our clients faster and better.One new application which we came across is PlanGrid, this connect's the field, trailer, and office with up-to-date blueprints, markups, punch lists, RFIs, and more.
With the amazing advances in technology in recent years the construction industry is starting to embrace a more technology driven era. From unmanned trucks to machine learning computers to calculate estimations we are seeing more and more technology being used in the Construction Industry. One such technology that has seen massive growth in both the Construction and Mining Industries in Australia is the use of drones. A drone is a remote controlled aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) are a component of an unmanned aircraft system; which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two.
This new concrete, from Lafarge Tarmac, could potentially be a very useful tool in combating urban flash flooding from sudden, heavy storms—the type that are likely to become increasingly common because of climate change. This new product can potentially produce a solution to area's where flash flooding are common during heavy rain in parts of Sydney and New South Wales