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The Importance of Digital Twins in Construction

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The Importance of Digital Twins in Construction


By DroneDeploy | November 22, 2021

Digital twins created by DroneDeploy empower construction teams with exact replicas of their sites and assets, providing a referenceable record of pre- and post-design plans. These digital models help workers and stakeholders understand project scope, building modeling, and various tasks at hand. With accessible 3D models of assets available online anytime, anywhere, work is made more efficient and operational.

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U.S. construction firms lean on technology to manage growth and weather the pandemic

In 2021, Gilbane Building Company and Nextera Robotics partnered in a joint venture to develop an artificial intelligence platform utilizing a fleet of autonomous mobile robots. The platform, dubbed Didge, is designed to automate construction management, maximize reliability and safety, and minimize operational costs. This was just one of myriad examples over the past 18 months of contractor giants turning to construction technology (ConTech) to gather jobsite data, manage workers and equipment, and smooth the construction process.



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