How leaders are embracing automation to drive innovation
Early adopters of tech-driven innovation are developing new ways to work with automation for business that cut costs and boost sustainability.
Artificial intelligence, digital twins, and generative design are becoming must-haves, whether designing a robotic arm or an engine. See how D&M industry leaders are using advanced technologies to meet the pressures of today—and tomorrow.
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A building’s operation and maintenance costs are approximately four times its construction cost. Tokyo’s Yasui Architects and Engineers’ BuildCAN BIM platform helps clients visualize building data to optimize operations and maintenance.
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Design for manufacturing assembly (DfMA) is revolutionizing industrialized construction. Learn how early adopter Bryden Wood uses it to dramatically reduce a project’s cost, time, complexity, uncertainty, and environmental impact.
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As one of the busiest airports in the world, the Hong Kong International Airport is undergoing a terminal expansion to accommodate its 70 million + annual passengers. Leighton Asia is using innovative approaches like digital twin technology to streamline operations, integrate workflows, and reduce rework.
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