The top 20 most read construction technology stories of 2022 illustrate the interests of construction contractors when it comes to new technology trends. From artificial intelligence, to drones, to 3D concrete printing, there were a variety of technology trends readers were interested in last year. Did drones dominate? Or was it engine emissions technology? Find out below.
Advancing Construction Technology attendees learn from he other how to plan, beta, purchase and use new tools.
The companies will showcase their advanced smart construction solutions and future unmanned construction equipment under the theme of “Intelligent Robotics” at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The use of 360-degree cameras to document jobsites and showcase completed projects via virtual tours rose in popularity during the pandemic and continue to provide benefits throughout a project.
We can start to visualize what construction equipment will look like in the future, based on developments in agriculture equipment, automation technology and investments into sustainable programs.
In an attempt to enhance visibility, project owners are mandating more use of digital construction workflows from their contractors. Here is why and how general contractors and subs are affected by the move to connected construction.
Autodesk announced new BIM capabilities for its Autodesk Construction Cloud and Tandem products and revealed broad new capabilities for Autodesk Build.
Autonomous trucking is the future, but must get through a few potholes first.
Autodesk’s unified construction cloud architecture helps them add value like the new Bridge functionality to the solution.
Construction and engineering (C&E) project managers need data-driven control systems and integrated construction software to move toward proactive and away from reactive financial project management practices.
Technology in the form of accounting software, project management software and AI has changed the construction processes and is constantly increasing the production for construction companies at their sites.
There is an increasing integration of digital technologies in the construction industry in all facets of operations from the design phase to project completion. This is being done to make processes more efficient and safer.
Trimble’s latest launch — a self-steering compactor — comes after decades of work in steering automation and is only one waypoint on a journey toward heavy construction automation.
Jobsite data is key to understanding the state of your projects and making more money. Yet real-time jobsite data is often overlooked.
Contractors are using drones for site surveys, stockpile profiling, material measurement, inspections, client reporting and more.
Switching from traditional base-and-rover surveying to drone surveying is one of the most effective ways to upgrade your construction workflow, setting you and your team up to make better, data-driven decisions.
Tech is making construction equipment smarter, more autonomous and easier for end users. Here is a rundown of what to expect and how to ensure your rental business can adapt, survive and thrive.
The Nuron 22V battery can power more than 70 tools — heavy-duty concrete breakers, saws, angle grinders, drills, large combi-hammers — going cordless, with built-in connectivity, on jobs once restricted to cords, gas, or higher-voltage systems.
While digital transformation offers the promise of greater efficiencies and productivity, adoption has been especially challenging for the construction industry.
Diamond Age is skirting building-code limits on 3D-printed concrete homes by basing its concrete printing equipment around existing dry-stack masonry code. Twenty percent of its recent $50 million Series A funding round came from builder and developer customers.
Canadian contractor Pomerleau and AI development firm Zetane are defining how artificial intelligence (AI) will revolutionize estimating software.