The Case for Wearables in the Construction Industry
Wearable technology paired with an Internet of Things solution has the ability bridge time and distance constraints imposed by working at remote construction projects.
This article was originally posted by Whitelight Group on whitelightgrp.com.
You’ve probably been hearing the term “wearable” lately, especially in the consumer sense with the introduction of Google Glass, Fitbit, Pebble and Apple Watch. While these technologies continue to build consumer hype, it’s important to consider the possibilities wearables bring to businesses, such as better job site safety.
We see construction emerging as one of the most promising markets for wearable technology, where mobility paired with precision greatly benefits remote work sites.
Wearable technology paired with an Internet of Things solution has the ability bridge time and distance constraints imposed by working at remote construction projects. By capturing data in real-time, we are better able to analyze work environments and make faster, smarter decisions.
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