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Karthik Venkatasubramanian

Machine learning and the future of construction

A compliance enforcement blitz will target more than 300 high-risk workplaces to prevent the deadly lung disease silicosis.

Trials begin on real-time silica dust detector

A new survey has found 26 per cent of owners, 24 per cent of subcontractors and 20 per cent of head contractors have adopted technology in response to COVID-19.

Autodesk announces new products for construction cloud

A new survey has found 26 per cent of owners, 24 per cent of subcontractors and 20 per cent of head contractors have adopted technology in response to COVID-19.

Construction adopts technology in response to COVID-19

A contact tracing device, as small as a credit card, is changing the face of contact tracing in the essential industries operating safely through COVID-19. Contact Harald explains how its small solution can make a huge difference for construction sites.

Keeping construction safe through contact tracing cards

Fast-tracked infrastructure projects are up front and centre in the Australian government’s plans to create jobs and reboot the economy. But in an industry already facing skills shortages, who will deliver the programmes?
Autodesk has launched its global construction tender program, BuildingConnected, in Australia and New Zealand.
Australia could become a leader in using Artificial intelligence (AI) to design and build better cities, towns and infrastructure, according to a roadmap developed by CSIRO.

InEight launches new document management software

Live Tweets From iFruit Presentation

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