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Getting Smart on Site: Everything You Need to Know About IoT & Smart Construction

April 19, 2018 Sumana Rao

Smart construction with IoT tech lets you track everything from tool and equipment location, to wear and tear— all while monitoring site conditions and worker health.

In buildings, the “things” in the Internet of Things can include everything from lamps, testers, meters, air conditioners, hard hats, heaters, boilers, job sites, wearable devices, and any tools or equipment that are used in the construction or maintenance of buildings. 

In this guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about IoT technology and how a site can go from simple to smart with just a few changes. 

You’ll also learn:

  • What IoT-enabled tools and equipment can do on your site
  • 10 benefits of smart construction
  • What the future of smart construction might look like

Discover the next big thing in construction and stay ahead of the competition. Access your free copy of Getting Smart on Site today.

About the Author

Sumana Rao

Sumana Rao is the VP of Content Services, Trade Service (a division of Trimble). She has served manufacturers and distributors in the Industrial and MEP space for over 15 years. Sumana works with manufacturers and distributors to develop content strategies that support their overall digital strategy to gain market share and improve customer retention. She also helps manufacturers launch their prod­ucts to the distributors, and contractors in the industry.

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