How Uses AI and Machine Learning to Reduce Risk on Construction Projects

    Connect & Construct, 7/20/2018

    Safety and risk mitigation are two of the main problems that keep contractors up at night. From project delays and liability issues to injuries and even fatalities on the jobsite, the consequences of safety lapses can be severe. According to data from OSHA, 20% of all workplace deaths are in the construction industry, and jobsite deaths have increased every year since 2007.

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    10 apps that can improve productivity in the construction industry

    hedgehog lab, July 9, 2018

    The global construction industry is changing. An industry that has long been accused of being resistant to technological innovation has finally begun to buck its ideas up and say goodbye to many of its archaic habits.

    It’s about time too. With wafer-thin to non-existent productivity gains in the global construction sector in the last 40 years, it’s an area that has been ripe for innovation.

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    Using connected digital data to improve construction productivity, quality and safety

    ENR, July 12, 2018

    Collaboration with digital data is helping the construction industry eliminate the lag time between information creation, or capture, and sharing. This can head-off safety issues that arise from miscommunication and faulty coordination, as well as prevent rework and enhance productivity and quality.

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