AEC Jobs Are Changing, But Is The Training Too?

AEC Jobs Are Changing, But Is The Training Too?

March 19, 2019
Technology is making manual labor less taxing in the construction industry while also reducing the need for several types of jobs that can be replaced by automation. In order for workers in the construction world to stay valuable, it is important that they know which skills will be valued in the future.

From drones to 3D Mapping, innovations are giving project managers access to new insights and are increasing efficiency on work sites.
In addition to using drones to maintain a safe watchful eye on projects, the effort to reduce potential injuries and lessen physical demands has led AEC to spend a significant amount of time training recruits and current industry workers on operating robotic exosuits.
To discover how technology is being used to keep AEC professionals safer and more efficient click here.
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