One of the world’s most important sectors of the economy is the construction sector. Construction spending in certain countries is between 9% and 15% of GDP, and up to half of the nation’s expenditure could be allocated to the built environment. The construction sector is fraught with inefficiencies despite its immense economic value.
Over the last five decades, productivity in so many other sectors has rapidly increased; however, productivity in the construction sector has barely increased and might have even declined. Robotics and automated systems can revolutionize AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) to offer many benefits.
The construction sector is one of several least automated construction sectors with thousands of years of history as manual labor. In many other industries, robotic systems and automation have proven very successful in lowering labor costs while improving efficiency and quality. Robotics are in farming, textiles, automobile manufacture and operations, even raw materials producers have automated many processes. Conventional building approaches have hit their limits. Its time for automation and robotics technology to realize opportunities and to overcome industry productivity problems. Construction robotics is an excellent way to improve operational efficiency and lower expenses.
The building sector is not without significant risk. In the USA more than 6.5 million individuals work on approximately 252,000 worksites annually. The construction sector has a fatal accident rate that is higher than any other industry. Even if people undergo appropriate and continuous training, there are risks at every worksite. Autonomous building facilities can help to mitigate these risks.
Robotic construction systems are steadily advancing around the world. In the construction industry, the reach of automation isn’t very wide yet but holds vast opportunity. Automation can extend from the financing and preliminary design phase, all the way to the operation and maintenance of the buildings.
The use of autonomous cranes AKA “Giant Robots” may be the most obvious and exciting example of automation in the Auto Construction building assembly process. These are being developed as self-driving cranes which can move and place heavy loads accurately. Building staff can remotely control the machines and experience more productive processes by having GPS functionality, and managing the motion of the machine itself through a Remote Graphic User Interface.
The potentials for both cost and time savings are valuable benefits of robotic construction. They will have dramatic effects on construction site performance as robotic technologies and capabilities continue to progress. Optimized completion of the project can contribute to the ability of computers to perform routine tasks while humans focus on the specialized tasks. Without undue fatigue, robots will run 24/7, which ensures that some phases of projects may be completed much earlier at a much lower cost than current methods.
For tasks requiring precision and speed, robots are of great assistance. In addition to physical speed, AI could quickly solve problems linked to limits of human capacity with physical tiredness.
Auto-Construction brings together a new industry of technology partners and their networks of support in the pursuit of end-to-end building automation, this partnership (ACA) harmonizes the interests of these stakeholders. There is an essential function for each partner, but the industry does not depend solely on a single individual.
The sector will respect its membership, even as many new partners join the industry globally. These Membership Placeholders are valid in any country thanks to the distributed ledger technology of Blockchain ERC 20. Technology partners are developing transformative technologies which prepare Auto Construction for widespread construction adoption.
Autonomous machines and robotic construction are not intended to fully replace manual labor, but to increase and boost performance. In the construction industry, speed is extremely important, and because autonomous vehicles can run 24 hours a day, construction firms might see major advantages in incorporating these technologies into their construction projects. Protection is significantly enhanced since they help remove the possibility of human error and remove people from the danger zone during heavy lifting operations.
Auto Construction equipment and systems are designed for helping construction firms to fulfill the needs the industry. Faster, safer, more accurate work will lower costs. This advantage will be passed on to the consumer and housing ownership will be more available for the whole world. As Henry Ford once said, When I’m done here, pretty much everyone will have one” (a car). That statement eventually came true.
Today, Auto Construction’s team and partners are saying, “Everyone deserves to own a Home.” Let’s use these amazing new tools for everyone’s benefit.