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The Critical Intersection of Big Data, AI, and Connectivity for Construction

Big data has been a big helper in the construction space. Information-rich insights from several touch points on a jobsite create a construction ecosystem that’s more effective and efficient than before.

To make it even better, Artificial Intelligence can be combined with Big Data to automate time-consuming processes, resulting in cost reduction, real-time data, streamlined communications, and more.

Construction Link Round-Up #3

From construction productivity improvements to connectivity, this link round-up focuses on ways technology can improve the construction industry’s major problems: productivity, connectivity, and efficiency. Our last link is longer than the others, but rich in data and detail for companies ready to dig deep to overhaul current processes.

Secure Your IoT Devices on Your Jobsite

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly becoming an integrated part of the jobsite. IoT devices improve security, increase efficiency, reduce safety hazards, and maximize savings. But the downside is that currently, security on IoT devices is sorely lacking, and as IoT becomes more interconnected across the jobsite, this poses an ever-growing security risk to your construction data.

Your Company Needs a Construction Technology Innovator

Your company is digitizing to stay competitive. But who is leading the charge to keep you at the cutting edge? Who manages the implementation of your tech and fixes the problems as they arise? Your company needs to invest in a Construction Technology Innovator.

Solutions to Barriers in Construction Digitization

It’s no secret that the construction industry has been notoriously slow to digitize, but the tides are turning, and many companies are hopping aboard the digital train. However, as with all revolutions, there are barriers to adopting change, and in order to ensure that your company stays on track, you must be prepared to address and overcome them.

Construction Link Round-Up #2

It’s time for another round up of the latest and greatest blog posts in the construction industry. We’re currently talking about where construction is headed through tech, how people are the key to digital transformation, how to reduce risk on the jobsite, why you should leverage millennials, and where the future is headed for the jobsite.

Why Use Drones in Construction?

Over the last year, drone use has exploded in the commercial sector, with its applications growing more numerable by the week. According to DroneDeploy.com, the usage of drones in 2018 exploded 239% over 2017. Where are drones headed for construction in the future? Let’s start by looking at where they were.

Planning for Construction Technology in 2019

First of all, tech isn’t just for the home office. It’s benefits off-site are more valuable than at headquarters. When moving into the field, it’s important to make sure you’re able to connect your devices. Big data delivered in-real-time is a trend we’re watching for 2019, but real-time requires fast connections, both at the trailer and on the jobsite. The first step is to know how much bandwidth your jobsite will require.

Construction Technology: Productivity Tools for 2019

Productivity on the jobsite is critical. It’s estimated that on the jobsite, 70% of time is wasted on work not directly related to building. Backend tasks, like paperwork, supply acquisition, information exchanges, contracts, etc, gobble up time, dragging projects out which increases costs.

With 2019 just around the corner, it’s time to shape up your construction business, streamline your back-of-house tasks, and free your team to focus on their primary job functions. We found a few of the best productivity tools in the industry that your company should implement ASAP.

Construction Link Round-Up #1

It’s time to round up the latest and greatest blog posts in the construction industry. We highlight green building, modernization of an industry, the top construction events happening in 2019, new performance indicators every construction professional should utilize, and how big data can reduce risk on the jobsite.

2019 Con-Tech Forecast

2019 is just around the corner, and with it, applications for construction tech (con-tech for short) will continue to grow and prove their value. Your jobsite has needs that must be met in order to execute on time and effectively. We’ve cut it down to the best of the best (and why you should jump onboard if you aren’t already using these technologies).

AGC IT Forum: 6 posts you should read before the show (or after)

The 10th annual AGC IT Forum is coming up next week and – to be honest – we’re completely fired up about it. This is one of our favorite industry events of the entire year, and we want to help you make the most of your time at the show.

We love this show because when you get this many technologically-minded industry professionals in the same building, some sort of magic happens. The exchange of ideas and perspectives is incredibly impactful and leaves us feeling inspired to continue pursuing a more streamlined, productive future for this industry.

AGC IT Forum 2018 & the Pillars of Construction Technology

Last week, CCR attended the  10th Annual IT Forum hosted by the Association of General Contractors (AGC) of America in Chicago.

As we mentioned in our previous post, this brief, 1.5-day event is consistently one of our favorites each year. The show brings tech leaders from construction companies across America together to discuss the major topics the industry is facing right now.

We thought it’d be nice to pull together a recap of some of our favorite takeaways from the event to help keep your wheels turning and moving toward innovation.

Your network, simplified. Three of the key areas for network maturity

As technologies continue to emerge in the marketplace, businesses are faced with the challenge of figuring out how to get the most value out of new tech investments. One of the biggest challenges in today’s data and cloud-driven environment is to ensure that the network infrastructure can support the load of these new technologies.

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