Is connectivity the future of construction?


The construction site of the future has the potential to be connected, which would boost productivity, reduce inefficiencies, improve safety, and enable project costs to be more accurately predicted. Catrin Jones Deputy Editor, International Construction & Construction Europe

However, achieving such a future requires significant changes to traditional procurement, delivery, and business models before this can become a reality.

One of the most crucial aspects is ensuring the right mix of connectivity standards, which may require navigating licensing issues. Additionally, regulatory requirements, particularly in relation to telecoms and cybersecurity, will need to be addressed.

As the industry acclimatises to new ways of working, it has become clear that there is no single definition of what a connected jobsite really is. As we enter a future where technology is making a significant impact on our productivity and efficiency, what is the potential for a connected construction site and what are the barriers to its adoption?

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Is connectivity the future of construction? – Construction Briefing


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