Voices on Infrastructure: Harnessing the promise of digital
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Voices on Infrastructure: Harnessing the promise of digital

After a long legacy of reluctance to embrace new technology, capital project and infrastructure leaders are quickly realizing that digital is no longer an option.

Articles in this issue

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Going digital to advance infrastructure delivery: The open information project

– Owners and contractors can share “integrated project delivery” benefits on any project—including digital work flows and increased visibility—through a connected data environment.
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Artificial intelligence: Construction technology’s next frontier

– Engineering and construction is behind the curve in implementing artificial intelligence solutions. Based on extensive research, we survey applications and algorithms to help bridge the technology gap.
Interview

Construction in the cloud: An interview with Thomas Wolf, CEO of RIB Software

– As construction moves into the cloud, here’s what industry leaders must do to lay the groundwork for change.
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Navigating the digital future: The disruption of capital projects

– Digital technology is disrupting capital projects. Companies that want to emerge as leaders must transform their organizations now.
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How advanced analytics can benefit infrastructure capital planning

– Asset owners are lagging behind other industries in data analytics. Now’s the time to get going.
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Accelerating digital transformations: A playbook for utilities

– Utilities trying to reinvent themselves as digital enterprises have found it hard to scale up from digital pilots. Adopting digital ways of working, adding talent, and modernizing IT will hasten transformation.
Interview

Tackling infrastructure’s digital frontier

– Once at the forefront of innovation, construction now lags behind in the adoption of new technologies. But the industry is at a tipping point. We spoke with executives from Atkins, Siemens, and RIB Software at GII 2017 about how they’re embracing the disruptive potential of digitization.

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