Developing the Built Industry through Innovations

Technological innovations are paving the way for digital transformation in revolutionizing the construction sector. Helping the companies within the industry to increase efficiency and productivity.


User Management – Ensures project transparency and privacy through the right set of roles and permissions within the centralized platform

Project Management – Connecting your office and field teams for more control over your construction project and consistently hitting budgetary and scheduling goals.

Financial Tools – By including accounting processes in your project management workflow, you can better manage project costs and satisfy stakeholders.


Before Construction – BIM helps reduce the need for future change orders by anticipating challenges.

During Construction – BIM improves communication and efficiency by offering a central hub for up-to-date and accurate reference documentation.

After Construction – BIM creates the possibility for building management for the structure’s entire life cycle by providing owners every detail of the building


Topographic Maps – Aerial drones survey large amounts of land quickly, reducing mappings costs by as much as 95%

Equipment tracking – Purchased or rented equipment can quickly get misplaced on a vast job site, but drones can automatically keep track of all equipment on site.

Security Surveillance – Job sites are vulnerable to theft of materials and equipment, but drones can monitor a site even when no humans are around.


Automate Measurements – by measuring a physical space real time, AR Tech helps construction workers accurately follow building plans

Visualize Modifications – By layering potential project modifications directly on the job site, contractors can visualize potential changes before committing to them.

Provide safety information – By recognizing hazards in the environment, AR Tech devices can display real time safety information.


Decreased Construction Waste – Since many buildings are constructed simultaneously in one factory, excess materials from one project can easily be used on another.

Lower Emissions – By reducing total deliveries as well as total time spent on-site, modular construction decreases carbon emissions.

Optimized by Machine Learning – In the factory, building processes are optimized over time through software enhancements, further reducing waste and increasing efficiency.


Smart Boots – Smart boots are equipped with sensors that can detect workers at risk of collision.

Smart Hard Hat – Smart Hard Hats can detect “microsleeps” which put workers at risk of injuries by detecting brainwaves

Power Gloves – Power gloves increase dexterity and strength, helping reduce overuse injuries.

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