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3D Modeling is Amongst the Most Popular Emerging Technologies in Construction, States Timetric in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

09 Dec 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – There have been rumors that there is resistance towards making use of the new technology amongst construction players, but they have not been concerned. In fact, many players reject this assertion. But still many of them are not at the forefront of this business when it comes to start using the new technology.

Such a situation stems from an array of factors, and financial barriers take the lead. The players believe that implementation of new technologies is very expensive and many of them are not ready to allocate big sums of money for this purpose.

Some of the most popular new technologies comprise: 3D modeling, mobile applications and cloud solutions.

With affordability and capability of the new technologies increasing, they are set to become a key priority for many construction companies in terms of investment. Some steps have been already taken in this direction as some companies have already invested in the technologies.

In-demand research report “Market Insight - Emerging Technology in Construction” elaborated by Timetric offers an up-close look at the situation in the global construction industry in terms of engagement of the latest technologies. The study starts with a detailed overview of the engagement across companies and departments.

It thoroughly discusses its benefits and barriers. The report sheds light on the existing level of penetration of the technologies and projects its changes in the years to come. The research report covers the following technologies: virtual engineering, IoT, drones, augmented reality, and more.

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