The development of new technologies in construction is increasing the viability of using alternative energy sources and other resource-efficient processes. Innovative ideas, like a drone monitoring system or a connected network of sensors, can provide data that will help us to reduce global energy waste. Our construction economist and project controls expert, Niall Reynolds, talks about the possibilities that this sector can reach thanks to tools like the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is completely changing the built environment, achieving goals that years ago seemed unattainable. In this article for Construction Executive, the Enstoa team explains that the real challenge to integrate the digital and physical worlds lies in the human factor.
While some believe that automation will reduce the need for humans, the reality is quite different. New technologies can be an integral facet in job creation and satisfaction.
Enstoa, Inc., the only company that focuses exclusively on accelerated digital transformation for the built environment, today announced it was named by Inc. magazine as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies on their annual Inc. 5000 list. This marks the eighth year Enstoa has been recognized with the prestigious honor.