Machine Learning: Upward Trajectory for the Construction Industry
Can you imagine building your next house from the push of a button? Will, you feel safe driving over a bridge if it was built by a giant printer? In this age of digital technology disruption, we as a society […]
Additive manufacturing is poised to disrupt the construction industry with firms like Winsun successfully building 3D printed buildings. 3D construction is both more efficient and less costly than traditional construction methods.
Will 3-D Printing of Homes Become a Viable Tool for Social Impact and Addressing Unaffordable Housing?
The Bouygues Group recently partnered with Nantes University to create one of the first 3D printed homes. How will additive manufacturing affect the construction industry going forward, should incumbents be worried, and what can they do to defend against these threats?
3D printing seems to be a natural fit for construction. It can potentially fix some of the most burning operational problems in the industry. But attempts to approach the trend are rather clumsy so far…
This 3D-printed home could be the dramatic solution we need to address affordable housing.
Winsun is at the forefront of a paradigm shift in the construction industry. Will 3D printing be the default way we build houses in the future?
While 3D-printing technology has not yet prevailed in large-scale applications, AECOM is making a strategic move to disrupt the construction industry.
Winsun, a Chinese engineering company, uses 3D printing to create customized concrete homes quickly, cheaply, and with minimal human involvement