How Technology Bridges the Construction Trade and Talent Gap
Organizations such as the Digital Twin Consortium (DTC) and the Industrial Digital Twin Association (IDTA) have also seen an increase in membership activity and...
25. March 2022.
Mind The Data Gap: Eliminating Construction Errors With AI
With the construction industry already bogged down due to pandemic-related schedule delays and labor shortages, contractors don’t want to be further slowed down by avoidable errors. In 2021, rework accounted for 30% of the work on a typical construction project. Much of that has been due to mistakes arising from avoidable gaps between plans and fieldwork.
SiteAware, a provider of real-time error prevention technology, seeks to “close the gap” and eliminate the risk of rework by providing data insights to construction teams in real time, when it makes the most difference.
26. January 2022.
SiteAware to Expand Availability of Drone/Digital-Twin Construction Verified by AI
$15 million in venture funding expected to give more U.S. contractors access to SiteAware tech, which uses rich site data of as-builts to build a digital twin that artificial intelligence compares to the original BIM to verify design compliance
11. November 2021.
Using Tech to Help Battle Burnout
Why solving the skilled labor shortage has nothing to do with hiring
20. October 2021.
Be a builder, not a fixer: How to make rework a game changer
Technology can help identify and fix errors before work is complete to avoid costly delays down the road.
8. October 2020.
Getting Bosch excited about AI construction verification: SiteAware lands $10M Series A
Armed with a unique Photogrammetric engine and AI-oversight, Israeli startup SiteAware aims to prevent construction defects and save costs along the way...
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