Every day we come to work looking for some kind of competitive advantage in order to WIN more customers. We are living in such an exciting and breathtaking time, where technology is giving all that are willing to use it, a HUGE Competitive Advantage. With new technology comes the fear of change. "We have
After decades of lagging technical adoption, the construction industry is working hard to forge a new digital identity. Over the last 2 years, a combination of internal and external forces has driven contractors to experiment with and embrace technology like never before, including increased demand spurred by a growing population and skilled labor shortage.
Even before the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) eased restrictions on commercial drone use in August 2016, real estate was one of the sectors that most enthusiastically adopted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). According to BI Intelligence, only photography uses more drones than real estate. Numerous benefits drive the use of drones in the industry. Aerial
Here are links to a few articles by industry exports talking about how drones are revolutionizing the construction industry. 3 Ways to Improve Communication on Your Jobsite with Drones Check out this article from the Industry Leaders at Drone Deploy! Learn More How Drones Are
From online reviews to satellite measurements, technology continues to disrupt the traditional way contractors do business. But many contractors remain in the dark about one of the biggest technology disruptions heading their way: drones. In fact, one in 10 companies with revenues of $50 million or more already use drones, according to a new
Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are being used in many industries, e.g. agriculture, construction, mining, oil & gas, mapping, and surveying. In construction, drones have proven to be quite disruptive, offering huge productivity increases. Gartner’s famous Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2016, positioned drones as just entering the Peak of Inflated Expectations. Gartner