Do you unplug after work? If so, you are in the lucky majority. I have to confess I am one who falls into the unlucky minority.
Effectively visualizing a home by looking at a 2D floor plan is challenging for most potential homebuyers. VR (virtual reality) is an engaging way to interact with a new home design.
Are you leveraging reality capture to the fullest? Now, tech companies are working together to create new solutions targeted specifically for the construction industry.
One new case study demonstrates how BIM (building information modeling) is helping identify clashes, while enabling a project to be built ahead of schedule.
Today’s project teams are widely dispersed and need a solution to connect globally. This is where collaboration technology comes into play, offering functionality for virtual project delivery.
In the past week or so, I have been having conversations with some of the top analysts and thought leaders in the construction industry trying to answer one key question: What can the construction industry expect with regards to technology in 2016?
For construction companies, being able to access data is key. As such technology providers are developing new solutions to help do just that.
Managing the lifecycle of a facility is one of the hot-button issues in construction today.