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How Construction Robots Will Change Building Construction

How Construction Robots Will Change Building Construction | construction technologies | Scoop.it
The construction industry is using robots to make work more efficient. Big architects like Bjarke Ingels claim construction robots are the future.
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Drones will come into their own as industry pressure mounts

Drones will come into their own as industry pressure mounts | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Over the past six months we’ve seen unmanned aerial systems take on new applications as more industries recognise their uses.
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Autodesk Declares a ‘New World Order’ in Construction Document Management | Autodesk - Newsroom - Press Releases

Autodesk Declares a ‘New World Order’ in Construction Document Management | Autodesk - Newsroom - Press Releases | construction technologies | Scoop.it
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--At its flagship annual user event Autodesk University, Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) announced Autodesk BIM 360 Docs, a comprehensive, cloud-based service for the construction industry that provides a virtual workspace to create, access, maintain, markup and share 2D and 3D project documents, plans and models.
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Microsoft HoloLens

Microsoft HoloLens | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Transform your world with holograms. Microsoft HoloLens brings high-definition holograms to life in your world.
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Why virtual reality's 'democratization' could transform the construction industry

Why virtual reality's 'democratization' could transform the construction industry | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Construction industry news, trends and jobs for building professionals who want mobile-friendly content.
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How 2016 will be the start of your virtual-reality future

How 2016 will be the start of your virtual-reality future | construction technologies | Scoop.it
This year's CES will name-drop virtual reality everywhere, but the really big stuff will arrive just months afterward.
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About - Situation Engines - Built Environment - UNSW Australia

About - Situation Engines - Built Environment - UNSW Australia | construction technologies | Scoop.it
The construction industry must do more to develop graduates with the practice-ready skills they need to play an immediate and effective role in the workplace. Situated learning offers a particular orientation to teaching and learning that privileges a process of direct personal engagement in and observation of practice. However, it is becoming increasingly impractical to offer direct student exposure to the broad practices of construction technology in a realistic setting.
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The future of architecture and construction is all about virtual reality - Trendwatchter en Futurist Richard van Hooijdonk

The future of architecture and construction is all about virtual reality - Trendwatchter en Futurist Richard van Hooijdonk | construction technologies | Scoop.it
The future of architecture – unprecedented possibilities Architectural engineering made easy Virtual reality is revolutionising construction The traditional ’job-site walk’ …
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Robots Can Now Understand Trust And Regret: Is Your Roomba Looking At You Funny?

Robots Can Now Understand Trust And Regret: Is Your Roomba Looking At You Funny? | construction technologies | Scoop.it
The robot revolution is nigh.
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McKinsey Global Institute disruptive technologies full report_may2013

The relentless parade of new technologies is unfolding on many fronts. Almost every advance is billed as a breakthrough, and the list of “next big things” grow…
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Slide #75: "  In developed countries, across occupations such as manufacturing, packing, construction,maintenance, and agriculture, we estimate that 15 to 25 percent of industrialworker tasks could be automated cost-effectively (based on estimated 2025 wage rates) by 2025."

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These Drones Could Be The Construction Crews Of The Future

These Drones Could Be The Construction Crews Of The Future | construction technologies | Scoop.it

Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, have developed cool drones that can weave cord into rope bridges

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-drones-could-build-bridges-2014-6#ixzz36ETrZLmKA primitive technology today could make drone construction crews possible down the road.

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Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland, have developed cool drones that can weave cord into rope bridges.

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Research D'Andrea Aerial Construction

Research D'Andrea Aerial Construction | construction technologies | Scoop.it
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Quote: "we expect that our work will foster new forms of architecture and construction methods."

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The State of Construction Technology: It’s Time To Kill Excel

The State of Construction Technology: It’s Time To Kill Excel | construction technologies | Scoop.it
According to a CFMA Presentation, many companies are still relying on Excel to perform key business functions. zlien is a cloud platform to control security (It's time to move away from Excel...
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Virtual reality making construction sites safer

Virtual reality making construction sites safer | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Bochum-based researchers are aiming to make construction sites safer with interactive virtual reality training courses. The team led by Prof Dr Markus König from the Institute for Computation in Engineering at the Ruhr-Universitä
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Plexxis Drywall ERP -- Estimation, Costing & Accounting for Drywallers

Drywall construction management software that handles every task from estimating to financials. For more info go to http://www.plexxis.com
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How Virtual Reality Will Change the Construction Sector

How Virtual Reality Will Change the Construction Sector | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Virtual reality is gaining prominence in many fields, and the construction sector is no exception. How will it change the game for building professionals?
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What Happens When Virtual Reality Gets Too Real

What Happens When Virtual Reality Gets Too Real | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Some virtual-reality researchers wonder what will happen if the technology gets too realistic.
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ARC Document Solutions Survey Identifies Current Construction Technology Trends

ARC Document Solutions Survey Identifies Current Construction Technology Trends | construction technologies | Scoop.it
WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Jan. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- ARC Document Solutions Survey Identifies Current Construction Technology Trends. Emergin
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Virtual Reality Tops Emerging Construction Technologies

Virtual Reality Tops Emerging Construction Technologies | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Sixty-five percent of AEC professionals surveyed cited virtual reality applications becoming more prominent in building design as the top emerging construction technology trend
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Four New Technologies Every Business Should Consider

Four New Technologies Every Business Should Consider | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Construction technology spending is about 1 percent of gross revenues. Investing in mobile devices, wearable technology, drones and cloud-based software will help organizations solve and boost prod...
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Google Glass, the future of construction? - Beyond Design: the Construction and BIM blog

Google Glass, the future of construction? - Beyond Design: the Construction and BIM blog | construction technologies | Scoop.it
As a bit of a tech geek, I was pretty excited to get my hands on Google Glass for the first time. As probably the most well-known of wearable technology that hasn't even been put on general sale (properly) yet we like new toys, Google Glass is essentially a voice...
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Chatting to a company called 3Squared who do software consultancy for construction firms amongst others, based just a few hundred meters from Autodesk's Sheffield office in the UK, a plan came together to try and link this very portable technology with BIM 360 Field, our construction management application to get information out to, and back from workers on site, whether that be issues, tasks, drawings, models or commissioning data.

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Building Tensile Structures with Flying Machines - YouTube

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The video shows quadrocopters assembling prototypical tensile structures. This is part of a body of research in aerial construction, a field that addresses the construction of structures with the aid of flying machines.

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Google Glass for Construction

Google Glass for Construction | construction technologies | Scoop.it
Technology is one thing that is always moving and rests for no one, or industry. There has been a great deal of discussion about wearable technology in the form of glasses that provide the wearer with relevant information.
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