The new technologies in construction

It must be stated clearly: The construction industry is a guild that has been left behind in technological development. With some exceptions, such as structural calculation programs or some other designs, the techniques used for planning, scheduling, budgeting, and constructing a project are mostly the same as decades ago, and they only have basic support in some software that performs operational tasks but never integrates the different actors of the process.

Drones in Construction: Elevating Standards of Efficiency and Innovation

In the digital era, the construction industry has undergone a significant transformation thanks to the integration of advanced technologies. One of the most impactful advancements has been the widespread adoption of drones, devices that not only provide impressive aerial perspectives but have also become essential tools for increasing efficiency and safety in construction projects.

10 advantages of keeping an organized virtual record of the works

The construction industry faces ongoing challenges to optimize the efficiency and quality of projects. One fundamental aspect to achieve this goal is to maintain detailed tracking of each work site, using field control software that allows for comprehensive visual and documentary records of the entire history of the project.

They came to stay

In 2013, with the massive release of the first Phantom model, drones began to penetrate various fields, gaining more value every day in many activities.

Iceberg in sight!

Everyone remembers the famous story of the Titanic, the luxurious ship that sank on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York, after colliding with an iceberg on the night of April 14, 1912. The drama begins with the famous warning from the deck lookout, “Iceberg ahead,” at a moment when its tragic outcome was already imminent despite prior cautionary signals from other ships that the captain had received, alerting him to the danger on the route, yet he failed to alter course in time.

Taking technical photographs at construction sites

“We have read ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’ many times. Well, when it comes to documenting a construction process, this truly applies. With just a glance, we can grasp many details regarding cleanliness, safety, quality, construction process, status of scheduling, use of equipment and tools, etc., which would otherwise require a lengthy description in text.”