The Future Has Arrived: New Technologies in Construction

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The construction industry has traditionally been slow to adapt to new technologies, but things are changing.

October 17, 2022
Sarah Biser - ConsensusDocs

The construction industry has traditionally been slow to adapt to new technologies, but things are changing.

Construction companies are keen to control costs (including increased costs due to supply chain issues), improve efficiency, maintain productivity while dealing with labor shortages, and enhance safety, and protect data bases from cyberattacks. New technologies, including robotics, 3D printing, cloud and mobile computing, augmented reality, blockchain, and cybersecurity, are helping construction companies achieve those goals.

Here are some key takeaways.

Augmented Reality (AR) vs. Virtual Reality

Augmented Reality is a technology that superimposes a computer generated image upon a user’s view of the real work. Virtual Reality, on the other hand, creates a virtual environment to replace the real one.

AR has uses in many industries. For example, shoppers using AR can see what furniture or appliances will look like in their own homes and offices. Medical professionals can also use the technology to visualize organs and simulate procedures prior to operations.

Ms. Biser may be contacted at sbiser@foxrothschild.com



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