The construction industry has lagged behind to the adoption of new technologies, but over the last few years, the sector has appeared more responsive towards the new tools and techniques that can be shared with the building industry – not only to boost their efficiencies and quality but also to improve the site health and safety as well. 

The top construction technology trends are: 

  • 3D printing

Very few technologies use 3D printing in the construction sector. The ability to create flexible designs, reducing costs, and improved sustainability credentials, the 3D printing technology has effectively unlimited the scope for growth worldwide.

  • Building Information Modelling

The support of the construction industry’s current digital transformation – building information modelling is rapidly becoming the norm in the GCC’s engineering and construction sector.

The technology promises to tackle challenges like budget overspend, project delays, quality control issues etc. and is transforming the way buildings are designed, built, and operated.

  • Automation

As like BIM, the opportunity for automation in the construction industry is fairly wide – covering from the initial planning stages to operation and then maintenance.

Space covers a host of well-publicized technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, which can collect and process data. Illustrating readings like temperature and pressure, these automatic devices allow construction firms to automate a variety of different machines and robots.

  • Drones

This is a technology that requires a little introduction, drones are fast changing the way the construction industry operates. Also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), drones are used to reduce labour and time while providing accurate surveys, eliminating much of the human error involved in the process.

  • Artificial/Virtual Reality

The Virtual and Augmented Reality technology has already captured the world’s imagination for long, and the construction industry is no exception to this rule. There is a great difference between these technologies. Augmented Reality overlays a computer-generated image on a user’s view, while Virtual Reality can only replace the real world through a replicated environment.

  • Artificial Intelligence

Much like Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence often raises images of science-fiction flicks. But the application does not allow the use of robots that could, drive trucks or lay bricks.

  • Wearable

Wearable technology is no longer reserved only for gamers. But now it is steadily gaining attraction globally. Smart gadgets are able to collect and analyze data on a broad range of metrics. This information collected can be then used in the measurement and improvement of health and safety standards on construction sites.

  • Self-healing Concrete

Structural fading and building cracks remain the main concern for building owners and managers. However, a concept called self-healing concrete – although it is an incredible emerging technology – could change this concern.

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