Autodesk joins consortium to print ‘smart’ self-learning bridge

Autodesk and the UK’s Alan Turing Institute are among the partners in a consortium to monitor the behaviour of one of the world’s first digitally...

AI and predictive design at DCW

Architects and architectural technicians attending Digital Construction Week (18-19 October at London's ExCel) will discover how they can benefit from artificial intelligence and predictive...

Robotic vest lifts work on site to new possibilities

A robotic vest designed to enable construction workers to lift heavy objects with reduced exposure to injury or muscle strain will launch in the...

First part of steel bridge printed by robots is revealed to public

This week, the first part of a steel bridge printed by robots was released to public with this video showcasing how Arup approached this. Arup is...

Introducing Bluebeam Pulse™, a Sensor for the Jobsite

Bluebeam, Inc. is embarking on a pilot program to place data sensors on construction jobsites. The announcement was made by Peter Noyes, Principal Engineer...

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Check out these 50 companies with the some of the most exciting software and hardware products and systems for today’s smart buildings in the areas...

Four tech innovations that will transform the construction sector

The construction sector remains a key building block within the global economy, worth an estimated £2.64 trillion on an annual basis, but the value...

3D printed terracotta brick tower explores robotics in architecture

People have been building with bricks since around 7,500 B.C. It's one of of the longest-lasting and strongest materials and shows up throughout history in humble...

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FlexEnable is an organic liquid crystal display screen that can bend around objects and even be worn like a watch. The post Wear Your Screen...

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Autodesk joins consortium to print ‘smart’ self-learning bridge

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AI and predictive design at DCW

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