A Circular Construction Industry
Worldwide, more than half of all people live in cities. At the same time, buildings are now responsible for 37% of global CO2 emissions. As urbanization continues, this trend will intensify. The.
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The construction industry must decarbonize its value chain to achieve climate targets. All stakeholders are involved - including software providers.
A Digital Way to Building Bridges
Bridges connect places and people and ensure the smooth transport of goods. Their planning is complex – and urgently needs a digitalization boost.
Shaping a More Efficient Construction Industry
The construction industry is resource intense. The combination of industry expertise and innovative startups aim to change that. Here are two examples.
Remote Quality Control: A Superpower to Reduce Rework
The construction industry is one of the most resource-intense industries - 10% of all materials are wasted due to rework. Digital tools, such as remote quality control, aim to change that.
Prefabrication: The new, old trend in the Construction Industry
Prefabrication is one of the fastest growing segments within the AEC/O industry. Experts predict a bright future for modular construction.
What Is Embodied Carbon in Construction and How Can It Be Reduced?
The construction industry needs to address the embodied carbon of buildings, which is linked to the materials used and the construction activity itself.