The drive for digitalisation in Construction Industry has never been greater. Unleash the full potential of Modern Methods of Construction (MMoC) with an ecosystem platform approach that provides real-time, end-to-end process visibility, and oversight of your capital project and programme delivery. Reduce construction time and cost whilst optimising your quality and sustainability outcomes.
Data source: Capital Projects after COVID-19: The Role of Digitization in shaping the future of the Industry (McKinsey Global Infrastructure Initiative -May 26, 2020)
New technology developments, such as advanced building materials, 3D printing, cloud, big data, and IoT Industry 4.0 connectivity, are driving a new paradigm shift in the adoption of Modern Methods of Construction by enabling:
MMoC will be particularly effective in regions where there are labour and housing shortages—the UK Government is leading the way by starting to mandate MMoC approaches in its public sector projects.
Modular construction can speed up construction by as much as 50% and cut costs by 20%. It’s estimated that modular construction will claim $130bn of the market and deliver annual cost savings of $22bn by 2030.
Huge Infrastructure Investment Gap
global infrastructure investment gap to be filled
Scarcity of Resources
consumer of global raw materials is the construction industry
Talent Gap & Ageing Workforce
of general contractors are concerned about finding experienced craft workers
Energy & Climate Change
of global greenhouse gas emissions are attributable to buildings
Urbanisation & Housing Crisis
people are added daily to urban areas requiring affordable and healthy housing
Data source: Future of Construction, World Economic Forum, Boston Consulting Group
To create a scalable and sustainable advantage through Modern Methods of Construction, you need to:
The latest wave of Industry 4.0 technologies has continued the explosion of disruptive technologies in construction.
Construction managers can now interactively map their schedule activities into BIM data, thanks to integration between Oracle Construction and Engineering, and partner Reconstruct.
Our simulated worksite demonstrates the transformative power of the Internet of Things, drones, autonomous equipment, augmented reality, AI, and other developing technologies.
Brian Ringley, construction technology manager at Boston Dynamics, discusses how technologies such as field robotics and industrialised construction will impact the industry.
At a basic level, a digital twin is a digital representation of a physical thing. But in reality, it’s only limited by our imaginations.
Digital twin ecosystems could enable cities to learn from how we live and more effectively respond to adverse events.
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