Digital technology is revolutionising construction on transportation projects and helping to improve productivity, shorten project durations, reduce waste, and improve safety.
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Major road and rail projects continue to dominate infrastructure investments across Australia and New Zealand as the population continues to grow – particularly around major capital cities. A critical part of such projects is the design and construction of bridges.
Beanair Wireless IIOT sensors was deployed for assessing the impact of construction-related activities and evaluating the effect of structural retrofitting. Additionally, inherent monitoring of environmental loads and influences, operational loads, and traffic patterns and densities were used to collect a database of
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ANZ’s construction industry faces productivity challenges, but opportunities for improvement lie within reach
While Australia and New Zealand are facing a huge construction boom, the industry in both countries remains plagued with challenges of labour shortage and systematic inefficiency. Construction productvity software provider PlanGrid explains why these inefficiencies keep occuring.