"Forecast for 2025 Construction Technology" - Featured on Talking Logistics

Steve Cox and Doug Moore

Steve Cox, VP of Business Development, and Doug Moore, VP of Cloud Platform, share their insights on what we can expect to see on jobsites of the future

"The construction industry has lagged behind other industries over the last few decades in deploying technology solutions. The reasons include the uniqueness of most building projects (said differently, minimal standardization) and that the various stakeholders are disconnected and often dealing with delayed and incomplete data from the job site. A lack of visibility into supply chain processes and inadequate collaboration between suppliers, haulers, and contractors has lowered productivity and created inefficiencies within companies.

"While the technologies below will not contribute to the standardization challenge, they will provide greater real-time visibility to all the connected parties and improve collaboration and efficiencies..."

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