Upcoming Technology That Will Revolutionize The Construction Industry in GCC
14 SEPTEMBER 2018
While everyone is anticipating the EXPO 2020, A lot of things have been happening in GCC Construction Industry.
While the GCC has witnessed technological advancements in areas like Retail. The question everybody awaiting to get answered is when there will be a technological wave in the construction industry?
Apparently, It is the TIME when construction industries in GCC are going to evolve. Here are Top 5 predictions of upcoming technology that will heavily dominate in the upcoming time:
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This technology has already been adopted in many parts of the world. Many construction companies in Dubai have already started using this technology to build villas, offices, and other structures
The advantage of using 3D printing is that it takes relatively lesser time to get the construction done.
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Augmented reality is going to be a big trend in upcoming years. It is believed that this technology will revolutionize how construction industry project and build things.
According to the experts, this technology will help civil construction companies to plan and plot even before breaking the ground.
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The Exoskeleton suit is another innovation in construction technology. This technology will help the user to lift heavy objects as if they don’t weigh anything.
Wearable technology has captivated the eyeballs of many construction companies in GCC area.
This technology is highly anticipated to be used to revolutionize the scenario of the construction industry. This technology can help you to monitor your workforce, track the time they spent in an area, attendance and much more.
This will empower the managers to optimize the productivity of their respective workforces.
Roambee is one of the wearable gadgets which can be placed inside the helmet and it can provide all the analytic which HR Managers need to optimise their workforces.
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Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), are an anticipated trend in many industries.
It can help with monitoring the construction sites, calculating stockpile volume and material types for inventory, calculating length, width and elevation for roads and structures and much more depending up the project.