Our Machine Learning and Data Scientist, Michael Matosin, reveals the actual applications for Artificial Intelligence in Construction. There's a general idea of AI as an experimental field, something we will use in the future. Of course, there's a lot to develop, but in the present days, we can use this technology, such as drones automating inspection processes and generating reports.
Engineering.com released a recent survey measuring the acceptance of technology by people working in construction and building trades. The study, which surveyed people at managerial and leadership levels, asked participants about their use of legacy and new technologies within the AEC industry.
The Enstoa team contributed to the research by reinforcing how today's emerging technologies, such as BIM, increase efficiency across different levels of an organization.
'The Benefits of a Mathematical Approach in Capital Project Portfolio Planning': Kay Bosompem for Construction Executive
A mathematical approach to portfolio planning can optimize decision making in the built environment by accounting for factors that other methods just can’t consider. Enstoa's Vice President of Engineering, Kay Bosompem, explains how using objective tools can help capital projects management teams avoid missed opportunities.