A data driven project approach and the use of collaborative platforms key of the sector.
Construction sector trends
Building Information Modelling (BIM) stands up as the new methodology for construction that is oriented at centralizing information and collaborative work using different technologies. This way of working allows the designer, the builder, and the operator to have an infrastructure for sharing information throughout the life of a project and offers the possibility of modifying the project to the extent that variations appear, or changes arise.
Immersive experience. Virtual and augmented reality are breaking into the sector with force. This technologies are helping to merge the digital and physical worlds, both through sensory overlapping and by introducing digital elements into the surrounding environment or creating virtual worlds. This simulated experience allows designers, companies and clients to experiment in first person and obtain a more accurate evaluation of the project.
Data driven approach and collaboration platforms. The real-time collaboration software should act as the ‘digital backbone’ for the construction process, from start to finish. Data have played a key role in this paradigm shift in construction. Besides, the ability to integrate existing processes and systems into a single, fully connected platform can enhance the way as the construction sector works.
Robotization. Thanks to this type of technologies, action times are reduced, efficiency and automation in operations are increased, the quality of processes is improved, the environmental impact is reduced, and safety conditions for workers are increased.
Efficiency in project planning and management
The narrow profit margins that currently exist in the construction sector, the relocation of the agents involved in the projects and the greater complexity of them, mean that efficient project management is essential. Construction companies that are more efficient in planning and managing the jobs will be able to deliver projects on time and with higher quality. What generates added value for customers above the price criteria.
Construction safety is one of the issues that most concerns construction companies. The regulations in this regard have been changing often in recent years and it is expected to continue doing so, incorporating new technologies and habits such as robotics or AI and other technologies like sensors and drones, will allow construction companies to make more efficient decisions and considerably reduce the rate of workplace accidents.
Green construction – compliance and certification system
During their construction, buildings have extensive direct and indirect impacts on the environment. These facts have prompted the creation of green building standards, certifications, and rating systems aimed at mitigating the impact of buildings on the natural environment through sustainable design.
New business opportunities
The analysis of the information that is generated in a massive way from different devices and electronic and computer channels can help construction companies to detect new business opportunities if they have the appropriate analysis tools. By obtaining and analyzing customer data, they can better adapt to their needs and expectations and offer a better customer experience.
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