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A factory operating without human intervention. While this reality may not be ‘full-blown’ today, CAD and CAM developments are quickly reshaping the reality of manufacturing.
Along with AI, IoT, and 3D printing, Computer Aided Manufacturing, or CAM, is an important part of the future of construction, and it already has an impact on manufacturing.
IoT can transform industries. Construction, while not leading in adoption, isn’t far behind. IoT technology is moving into the construction of new buildings, their maintenance, and their operation.