The Punchlist: Construction Technology
News and guides for the latest developments in construction tech.
To understand the Internet of Things in construction, we take a look at four areas of innovation in IoT, the companies that show the most promise, and imagine what an IoT connected jobsite will look like in the next couple years.
Your competitors likely already have a mobile strategy in place. If you don’t, they're already outpacing you. If you do, now's the perfect time to review it and further solidify your lead.
If you can’t effectively convey ideas between individuals, you can’t realize your goals. As an industry particularly vulnerable to communication failures, construction needs to understand its current communication standards and reassess how it leverages technology for success.
In the first part of our series looking at construction’s image problem, we’re going to explore why construction is ripe for disruption and what that will look like.
Whether you are buying your first drone, or looking to grow your current fleet, we outline 5 steps to purchasing a drone, and then provide you with our top 5 drone recommendations for the construction industry.
The construction software market is jam-packed with options for every possible task on a construction site. How do you cut through the noise and decide what the best options are for you?
We’ve got five simple steps to getting started with construction drones. You’ll scale drones to your needs, find where they offer the most value to your company, and avoid splurging on unnecessary costs.