How the Internet of Things is driving productivity in construction
14 Mar 2019
BIM & Digital Construction Summit
- Scattered job site locations, information gaps between the office and job sites or between the design and construction phases – and complex collaboration among different trades in the field are great challenges for the construction industry
- A lot of time and money is lost due to losing/searching for important assets and equipment.
- On average:
- 90 hrs per month are lost searching for assets
- 65% of companies have trouble keeping track of required certificates and maintenance dates
- Companies lose $56k AUD per year searching for assets
- Connected tools and an asset management solution help to digitalise processes, driving efficiency gains and competitive advantage to those businesses that implement them
- The technologies required to successfully implement IoT is now reliable and available at a cost that is viable for the construction industry
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