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5 Examples of Construction Technology Crucial to Stay Competitive

Fleet managers and directors in the construction industry are rapidly adopting new technology. The construction industry in the United States is predicted to grow significantly in the coming years, and the field is being transformed by new technological devices and innovations.Read on to discover the best examples of construction technology  to boost on-the-field management on all your jobsites.

The 9 Apps Your Building Company Needs for Project Success

The construction sector is expected to grow significantly from 2014-2019. Just this year alone, the US industry will rise 9% to $612 billion, trumping 2014’s 5% growth. Industry watchers in the construction sector are fondly quipping we need 500 new construction projects per day to for the next 35 years to accommodate for the surging population …

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GPS Tracking Now Necessary for Dangerous Goods Transport

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Dangerous Goods Transport is a Risky Business Why Explosive Regulations Needed to Change The initial explosives regulations were drafted in 1985 to ensure all industries handling that subset of dangerous goods met proper standards for public safety. While the act served its purpose for a long time, the technologies and industries it addressed had significantly changed by the 21st century. The …

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Construction Technology: 5 Heavy Equipment Trends

The heavy equipment industry is embracing new trends as sustained growth continues in all sectors of construction, which we discussed earlier. Innovative construction technology, multifunctioning equipment and networking sites like WorkHands are now mainstream in many fleets. Many contractors and operators are able to boost their efficiency and reduce costs through the following new trends: …

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Is your telematics provider SSAE 16 compliant?

Accurate data is essential to any organization. Research proves that inaccurate data directly impacts the bottom line for 88% of businesses costing them 12% of annual revenue.* Your telematics provider is a service organization responsible for managing your business data as per your fleet requirements. They provide services that track and report insightful data pertaining …

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Taking a Closer Look at the Construction Industry Emerging Trends

The construction sector is on a rebound from the recession of 2008. A steadily improving economy has positive implications for the sector as the FMI predicts that total construction put-in-place will grow 7% this year, a trend that is likely to continue into the near future. With non-residential construction growing by 8.6% and the public …

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