The construction engineering sector is the least digitised segment
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The construction engineering sector is the least digitised segment

The rise of construction projects will see an increase acceptance of advanced construction technolo-gies, including AI, Internet of Things (IoT), smart machines and automation. Successful companies will be those that understand how and where IoT technologies and solutions will drive opportunities for operational improvements, new and enhanced products and services, and completely new busi-ness models.

In the past decade, the construction industry has seen many changes. However, the construction engineering sector is one of the least digitised worldwide and India is no exception. Right now, ac-cording to research on construction trends, only 9 per cent of construction firms believe they are ready for digital transformation—this could be owing to factors such as initial setup costs and hu-man acceptance, write Taral Shah, Managing Director, Shivalik Group.

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The rise of construction projects will see an increase acceptance of advanced construction technolo-gies, including AI, Internet of Things (IoT), smart machines and automation. Successful companies will be those that understand how and where IoT technologies and solutions will drive opportunities for operational improvements, new and enhanced products and services, and completely new busi-ness models. In the past decade, the construction industry has seen many changes. However, the construction engineering sector is one of the least digitised worldwide and India is no exception. Right now, ac-cording to research on construction trends, only 9 per cent of construction firms believe they are ready for digital transformation—this could be owing to factors such as initial setup costs and hu-man acceptance, write Taral Shah, Managing Director, Shivalik Group. Click here to read more on...

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